Osteopilus septentrionalis
Osteopilus septentrionalis
(Cuban Treefrog)
Amphibians-Frogs
Exotic

31 results for Osteopilus septentrionalis (Cuban Treefrog)

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Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
1786 Osteopilus septentrionalis Predation/Herbivory Experimental Laboratory Osteopilus septentrionalis prey on native Green Treefrogs (Dryophytes cinereus. 14110
1787 Osteopilus septentrionalis Predation/Herbivory Observational Field Osteopilus septentrionalis prey on native treefrogs, such as the green treefrog... 32514
1788 Osteopilus septentrionalis Predation/Herbivory Experimental Field The presence of Osteopilus septentrionalis decreases the abundance of native green... 19802
1844 Osteopilus septentrionalis Competition Experimental Field The presence of Osteopilus septentrionalis decreases the abbundance of native green... 19802
1845 Osteopilus septentrionalis Competition Experimental Laboratory Osteopilus septentrionalis tadpoles inhibit the growth and development rate of... 14240
1846 Osteopilus septentrionalis Competition Experimental Laboratory Osteopilus septentrionalis tadpoles inhibit the growth and development rate of... 14240
1847 Osteopilus septentrionalis Competition Anecdotal Field Osteopilus septentrionalis have been observed engaging in mating behaviors with southern... 14124
1848 Osteopilus septentrionalis Competition Observational Field Male Osteopilus septentrionalis have been observed displaying mating behavior (amplexing... 21008
1849 Osteopilus septentrionalis Competition Observational Field Native treefrogs, including the green treefrog Dryophytes cinereus , alter their calling... 32522
1850 Osteopilus septentrionalis Competition Experimental Laboratory Osteopilus septentrionalis larvae reduce the survivability, size, and larval duration of... 32523
1984 Osteopilus septentrionalis Infrastructure Observational Field Osteopilus septentrionalis has caused power outages when coming in contact with electrical... 32513
2020 Osteopilus septentrionalis Human Health Observational N/A Osteopilus septentrionalis secrete a noxious chemical that can cause burning in the eyes... 32514
4058 Osteopilus septentrionalis Disease/Parasites/Toxicity Observational Field Introduced Osteopilus septentrionalis in New Orleans were found to have high infection... 35710
4938 Osteopilus septentrionalis Predation/Herbivory Anecdotal N/A Diet consists of invertebrates and small vertebrates including frogs, lizards and snakes 37387
4939 Osteopilus septentrionalis Predation/Herbivory Experimental Laboratory exposure to traffic noise reduces the amount of food consumption 37388
4940 Osteopilus septentrionalis Predation/Herbivory Anecdotal N/A diet includes invertebrates, small snakes and lizards. native tree frog population declines when... 37389
4941 Osteopilus septentrionalis Predation/Herbivory Experimental Field native treefrogs are unable to avoid the chemical cues from Osteopilus septentrionalis... 37392
4942 Osteopilus septentrionalis Competition Anecdotal N/A decreases growth rate and mass at metamorphosis in green treefrogs when tadpoles are present 37393
4943 Osteopilus septentrionalis Competition Anecdotal N/A when overlap in the calls of Cuban treefrogs and green treefrogs occurs, male green treefrogs... 37393
4944 Osteopilus septentrionalis Competition Anecdotal N/A there is a reduced competitive impact of Osteopilus septentrionalis tadpoles on native... 37394
4945 Osteopilus septentrionalis Predation/Herbivory Anecdotal N/A has negative impacts on native amphibians through competition and predation 37398
4946 Osteopilus septentrionalis Predation/Herbivory Anecdotal N/A predates native amphibians 37399
4947 Osteopilus septentrionalis Competition Anecdotal N/A have a negative impact on native frogs through competition 37400
4948 Osteopilus septentrionalis Predation/Herbivory Anecdotal N/A have a negative impact on native frogs through direct predation 37400
4949 Osteopilus septentrionalis Water Quality Anecdotal N/A secretes skin irritants and can potentially contaminate stored drinking water 16062
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