WELCOME to Bioteck.org

This site is dedicated to the Conservation of Amphibians [frogs, toads, salamanders, caecilians, newts, hellbenders], and other backboned animals.

The site focuses on frog and toad Husbandry,  Captive Breeding, and Reproduction Technology.


Bioteck.org is the domain of Dr. Robert Browne

Personal Profile and CV


links to
Fish Species, Pipefish, Seahorses and Seadragons  can be found at:




Wyoming Toad and Wyoming Facilities


Gopher Frog



Research Techniques




Some key aspects of conservation biology.

Frog Biology and Conservation

Species lists, the reproduction and ecology of frogs, particularly those of eastern Australia. Notes on keeping tadpoles and the requirements of frog ponds at home and on farms.

Amphibian Husbandry and Captive Breeding

A pictorial essay showing the application of progressive husbandry techniques for the conservation of amphibians.

Reproduction Technology

Gene banking and the cryopreservation of

gametes and cells.

Photo Gallery

The photo gallery has images that may be used for non-profit use in educational or conservation purposes.

USA photos have now been added from a trip in 2005.

Introduction to Lydia Fucsko Photo Gallery of frogs.

 (still under construction)

Lydia Fucsko is an Australian teacher, researcher, internationally published photographer, narrator, dramatist, poet, linguist, children’s author and illustrator. Lydia also holds a Masters degree in Counselling.

Lydia Fucsko Introduction

Links and References

Links to web sites bioteck.org recommends for their relevance, quality, and accuracy. References used on pages within this site are listed here.

We are happy to provide all


 links now in Chinese


bioteck.org hosts:

Ewens Ponds Conservation

A history and image gallery of the conservation efforts surrounding the threatened ecosystems of Ewens Ponds in South Australia, Australia.

bioteck.org endorses:

Marine Life Society of South Australia (MLSSA)

MLSSA supports the conservation and study of the marine life of Southern Australia. They also provide a magnificent image gallery of fish and other marine organisms.

Please help us with conservation and

join the Seadragon Foundation Inc.

Click on Leafy Seadragon image

This publication is the copyright of Dr. Robert Browne. This publication in whole or part, including images that are not attributed to another author, may be freely copied and used for non-profit educational and conservation purposes as long as attribution is given to the copyright holder Dr. Robert Browne. Apart from these uses and any fair dealing for purposes of private study, research, criticism or review, as permitted under the Copyright Act, no part may be reproduced by any process without written permission.

For further information about this site contact: ifg.bioteck@gmail.com