AMP Tomorrow Maker 2017 – Jodi Rowley
Meet The Speakers: Jodi Rowley | TEDxYouth@Sydney 2016
The Race Against Frog Extinction | Jodi Rowley | TEDxYouth@Sydney. 2016.
In most frog species, males attract females with a rather repetitive call. Quang’s Tree Frog (Gracixalus quangi), on the other hand, has a ‘hyperextended vocal repertoire’. 2014.
Male Limborg’s Frog (Limnonectes limborgi) construct nests on the forest floor for their eggs. 2013.
selected print and web
Climate change puts additional pressure on vulnerable frogs. The Guardian. 6 March 2019.
Dr. Jodi Rowley – Discovering New Frogs! Escape the Zoo Podcast. 18 January 2019.
Meet Australia’s desert-dwelling frogs. Australian Geographic. 7 May 2018.
Explained: the weird world of frog sex. Australian Geographic. 22 January 2018.
Smartphone app FrogID to help Territorians identify frog species. NT News. 29 November 2017.
Episode 151. Jodi Rowley. Talk Nerdy podcast, with Cara Santa Maria. March 2017.
Australian Science Superheroes – Jodi Rowley. Australia’s Chief Scientist. February 2017.
See the New Species Discovered in This Ecologically Threatened Part of the World. TIME, 19 December, 2016.
New Species Discoveries in 2015. WWF Report, 19 December, 2016.
The strange case of the peppered tree frog ABC. 1 November, 2016.
Scientists discover new ‘rainbow’ Cape York graceful tree frog ABC. 5 October, 2016.
Thousands of Southeast Asian newts being collected from the wild for pet trade. mongabay.com. 26 May, 2016.
Best foot forward. Australian Geographic. 14 March, 2016.
Zoologger: DJ frogs sing like birds, remixing tunes on the hop. New Scientist, 30 September, 2015.
Magical Mekong: New Species Discoveries 2014. WWF Report, 26 May, 2015.
An old world newly discovered: revealing the mysterious and imperiled biodiversity of the Greater Mekong. Asian Geographic 107: 68-71. September 2014.
367 new species found in Mekong area. Bangkok Post, 6 June 2014.
Newly Discovered Animals in Mekong Deemed Highly Vulnerable. Voice of America, 4 June 2014.
Game of thorns: colorful, spiky tree frog discovered in Vietnam. mongabay.com, 15 April 2014.
Thorny issue of finding a new frog. Sydney Morning Herald, 6 April 2014.
New Species: Pink-and-Yellow Frog With Spikes. National Geographic Weird & Wild. 3 April 2014.
New frog species discovered on tallest mountain in Indochina. mongabay.com, 22 January 2014.
Helen’s Flying Frog makes NBC News “Coolest Species Identified in 2013”. 26 December 2013.
Helen’s Flying Frog makes Mongabay’s “Top New Species of 2013”. 23 December 2013.
Hot bodies protect frogs from disease. ABC News. 27 March, 2013.
“Fantastic” New Flying Frog Found- Has Flappy Forearms National Geographic News. 14 January 2013.
Biologists get the jump on a new species of flying frog NBC News 10 January 2013.
Here’s the good news: 126 new species discovered in Greater Mekong Sydney Morning Herald, 19 December 2012.
Extraordinary new species discoveries in the Greater Mekong,WWF, 18 December 2012.
Vampire and bird frogs: discovering new amphibians in Southeast Asia’s threatened forests, mongabay.com, 6 February 2012. Interview with me as part of mongabay’s ongoing Interviews with Young Scientists. I’m pretty happy that I still classify as young! Lots of my photographs, too.
New species of frog sings like a bird, mongabay.com, 12 December 2011. Article about the newly described Quang’s Tree Frog (Gracixalus quangi).
Photos: two new paper clip-sized frogs discovered in Vietnamese mountains mongabay,com, 7 December 2011. Article about the two new moss frogs (Theloderma nebulosum and Theloderma palliatum).
The Vampire Flying Frog makes National Geographic’s Ten Weirdest Life-forms of 2011: Editors’ Picks. 28 November 2011.
Meet a Scientist: Jodi Rowley, amphibian biologist. ABC Science. 11 May 2011.
Vampire flying frog discovered. Australian Geographic Journal. 13 January 2011.
“Vampire Flying Frog” Found; Tadpoles Have Black Fangs. National Geographic News. 7 January 2011.
Frog’s scary name is worse than its bite. Sydney Morning Herald. 7 January 2011.
‘Proud Father’ Chirps Over Tiny Frog. Wall Street Journal. 3 February 2010.