Common Name: Cuban Treefrog
Status: Invasive Species
Scientific Name: Osteopilus septentrionalis
Identification: Like all of the treefrogs found in Florida, Cuban treefrogs have the ability to climb. This is possible due to the toepads and ... READ MORE
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The Cuban treefrog is just one of many invasive species that have entered Florida. Native to Cuba, Cuban treefrogs arrived in the 1920's in the Florida Keys. Since them, it has increased its range spreading as far as Alachua County. The Cuban ... READ MORE