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Wink News Now. 2013. Experts find invasive, poisonous, giant toads on Sanibel. Fort Myers Broadcasting Co. Fort Myers, FL. http://www.winknews.com/Local-Florida/2013-07-19/Experts-find-invasive-poisonous-giant-toads-on-Sanibel#.Ue1LYUGW81J. Created on 07/19/2013. Accessed on 07/22/2013.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 26363
Type: News
Author: Wink News Now.
Date (year): 2013
Title:Experts find invasive, poisonous, giant toads on Sanibel.
Publisher:Fort Myers Broadcasting Co.
Publisher Location:Fort Myers, FL.
URL: http://www.winknews.com/Local-Florida/2013-07-19/Experts-find-invasive-poisonous-giant-toads-on-Sanibel#.Ue1LYUGW81J
Accessed on: 07/22/2013
Created on: 07/19/2013
Keywords: cane toad, Rhinella marina, Sanibel Island, Fort Myers, Florida, poinsonous
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Rhinella marina

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2014]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [11/26/2014].

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