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

11 results for Osteopilus septentrionalis (Cuban Treefrog)

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
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
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
4948 Osteopilus septentrionalis Predation/Herbivory Anecdotal N/A have a negative impact on native frogs through direct predation 37400
4951 Osteopilus septentrionalis Predation/Herbivory Anecdotal N/A prey on native frogs, invertebrates, and vertebrates 37408

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