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

7 results for Osteopilus septentrionalis (Cuban Treefrog)

Impact IDScientific NameImpact TypeStudy TypeStudy LocationImpact DescriptionReference
1844 Osteopilus septentrionalisCompetitionExperimentalFieldThe presence of Osteopilus septentrionalis decreases the abbundance of native green... 19802
1845 Osteopilus septentrionalisCompetitionExperimentalLaboratoryOsteopilus septentrionalis tadpoles inhibit the growth and development rate of... 14240
1846 Osteopilus septentrionalisCompetitionExperimentalLaboratoryOsteopilus septentrionalis tadpoles inhibit the growth and development rate of... 14240
1847 Osteopilus septentrionalisCompetitionAnecdotalFieldOsteopilus septentrionalis have been observed engaging in mating behaviors with southern... 14124
1848 Osteopilus septentrionalisCompetitionObservationalFieldMale Osteopilus septentrionalis have been observed displaying mating behavior (amplexing... 21008
1849 Osteopilus septentrionalisCompetitionObservationalFieldNative treefrogs, including the green treefrog Dryophytes cinereus , alter their calling... 32522
1850 Osteopilus septentrionalisCompetitionExperimentalLaboratoryOsteopilus septentrionalis larvae reduce the survivability, size, and larval duration of... 32523

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [6/20/2021].

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