Research Projects

The “staff” of the Costa Rican Amphibian Research Center (consisting of Brian Kubicki and his wife, Aura Reyes) is actively involved in conducting various research projects that are focused on increasing the knowledge into the areas of alpha taxonomy, phenotypic variation, distributions, and natural history of Costa Rican amphibians.

 This research is being carried out both within the C.R.A.R.C. private reserves and throughout the rest of Costa Rica.

 Although numerous topics of interest are being studied, much of our available time and resources are being focused on two principal research projects initiated by the C.R.A.R.C. :

Glass Frog Research and Conservation Project

Central Caribbean Amphibian Inventory Initiative

Our efforts are made possible thanks to the funds that are generated by our visitors and private donations. Please consider helping support our efforts by coming to visit us on your next trip to Costa Rica or by making a donation.