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Ashton, R.E., and P.S. Ashton. 1988. Handbook of Reptiles and Amphibians of Florida. Part Three: The Amphibians. Volume 3. Windward Publishing, Inc Miami, FL.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 698
Type: Book
Author: Ashton, R.E., and P.S. Ashton.
Date (year): 1988
Title:Handbook of Reptiles and Amphibians of Florida. Part Three: The Amphibians.
Publisher:Windward Publishing, Inc Miami, FL.
Publisher Location:
Volume: 3
Pages: 191 pp
Keywords: reptile, amphibian, Florida, cane toad, greenhouse frog, Osteopilus septentrionalis, cuban treefrog
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Eleutherodactylus coqui

    FL - Homestead and south Miami

Eleutherodactylus planirostris

    FL - Columbia County
    FL - Escambia County
    FL - Bay County
    FL - Gilchrist County
    FL - Levy County
    FL - Union County
    FL - Alachua County
    FL - Clay County
    FL - Putnam County
    FL - Marion County
    FL - Citrus County
    FL - Hernando County
    FL - St. Johns County
    FL - Flagler County
    FL - Volusia County
    FL - Lake County
    FL - Sumter County
    FL - Pasco County
    FL - Pinellas County
    FL - Hillsborough County
    FL - Polk County
    FL - Seminole County
    FL - Orange County
    FL - Osceola County
    FL - Brevard County
    FL - Indian River County
    FL - St. Lucie County
    FL - Okeechobee County
    FL - Highlands County
    FL - Hardee County
    FL - De Soto County
    FL - Manatee County
    FL - Sarasota County
    FL - Charlotte County
    FL - Glades County
    FL - Martin County
    FL - Palm Beach County
    FL - Hendry County
    FL - Lee County
    FL - Collier County
    FL - Broward County
    FL - Dade County
    FL - Monroe County

Rhinella marina

    FL - Dade County
    FL - Dade County
    FL - Broward County
    FL - Everglades drainage


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