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Cuban Treefrog, Osteopilus septentrionalis

Cuban Treefrog Cuban Treefrog
The Cuban Treefrog is the largest Treefrog in the United States, with females attaining lengths in excess of 5 inches (males are generally smaller). It is an immigrant to the states, being first reported from Key West in 1931, though it probably arrived much earleir. It has since been expanding its range along the coasts of southern Florida. Due to its large size it is able to eat other treefrogs, and may therefore be hving an impact on other native species. Features that separate this frog from other Treefrogs are its large toe discs, its warty skin and lack of any line, light or dark passing through or below the eye. The Cuban Treefrog's color ranges from gray to green to brown.
Cuban Treefrog Cuban Treefrog Range

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