Rhinella marina
Rhinella marina
(Cane Toad)
Amphibians-Frogs
Native Transplant

27 results for Rhinella marina (Cane Toad)

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Impact IDScientific NameImpact TypeStudy TypeStudy LocationImpact DescriptionReference
2217 Rhinella marinaDisease/Parasites/ToxicityExperimentalLaboratoryIn a Florida retention pond experiment, native Scaphiopus holbrooki (Eastern Spadefoot... 16611
2218 Rhinella marinaDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalFieldBoiga irregularis (Brown Tree Snake), a native Australian snake that is invasive in Guam... 32851
2219 Rhinella marinaPredation/HerbivoryObservationalFieldIn Australia Rhinella marina have been observed eating juvenile Boiga... 32910
2220 Rhinella marinaHuman HealthAnecdotalFieldRhinella marina can act as vectors for Salmonella, including serovars (or... 32812
2221 Rhinella marinaDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalFieldRhinella marina can act as vectors for Salmonella enterica, including serovars... 32812
2222 Rhinella marinaCompetitionObservationalFieldThere is a high degree of dietary overlap between Rhinella marina and native Anaxyrus... 24038
2223 Rhinella marinaDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalFieldA Didelphis marsupialis (Common Opposum) was observed to kill and eat a sympatric... 14786
2225 Rhinella marinaDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalFieldThe exotic tick Amblyomma rotundatum infests Rhinella marina in their native... 32914
2226 Rhinella marinaDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalFieldRhinella marina can spread the Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis fungus, which is... 31818
2227 Rhinella marinaDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalFieldConsumption of Rhinella marina toxin can cause symptoms including increased salivation... 32849
2228 Rhinella marinaDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalFieldConsumption of Rhinella marina toxin can cause symptoms including increased salivation... 32847
2265 Rhinella marinaPredation/HerbivoryAnecdotalN/ARhinella marina were introduced to Florida for the biocontrol of sugar cane pests... 15291
2266 Rhinella marinaPredation/HerbivoryAnecdotalN/ARhinella marinawere introduced to Australia for the biocontrol of sugar cane pests... 15653
2267 Rhinella marinaDisease/Parasites/ToxicityExperimentalLaboratoryLates calcarifer (Barramundi) and Hephaestus fuliginosus (Sooty Grunter) in... 32831
2268 Rhinella marinaDisease/Parasites/ToxicityExperimentalFieldSympatric Melanotaenia duboulayi (Crimson Spotted Rainbow Fish) in Australia avoided... 32734
2269 Rhinella marinaDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalLaboratorySome Ariopsis midgleyorum (Silver Cobbler Catfish, as Neoarius midgleyorum) in... 32907
2270 Rhinella marinaDisease/Parasites/ToxicityExperimentalFieldAdding road-killed Rhinella marina to Australian ponds killed native Litoria... 32907
2271 Rhinella marinaDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalFieldVaranus panoptes (Yellowspotted Goanna) populations in Australia declined by 83-96% after... 32855
2273 Rhinella marinaDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalFieldIn Australia, Varanus varius (Lace Monitor) populations declined by 74% after the cane... 32852
2274 Rhinella marinaDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalFieldVaranus panoptes (Yellowspotted Goanna) populations declined by 83-96% after the... 32855
2275 Rhinella marinaDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalFieldChlamydosaurus kingii (Frillneck Lizard) experienced Rhinella marina-mediated... 32856
2276 Rhinella marinaDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalFieldTiliqua scincoides intermedia (Bluetongue Lizard) in Australia experienced Rhinella... 32860
2277 Rhinella marinaDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalFieldVaranus mertensi (Merten’s Water Monitor) populations in Australia declined by 87-93% and... 32867
2278 Rhinella marinaDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalFieldCrocodylus johnsoni (= C. johnstoni, Australian Freshwater Crocodile) experience extremely... 32826
2280 Rhinella marinaDisease/Parasites/ToxicityObservationalFieldDasyurus hallucatus (Northern Quoll) populations in Australia declined significantly when... 32841
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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/22/2021].

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