The Cuban Treefrog + A Gross Story About One of Florida’s Most Annoying Invasive Species
by Rich Leighton | Aug 18, 2017 | Amphibians, Florida, Florida Nature Photography, Frogs, Natural History, Nature & Wildlife, Nature Photography, Story, Tree FrogsThe Cuban treefrog is my #1 hated invasive species for a number of reasons ranging from ecological damage to personally anger-inducing events and even slightly barf-worthy situations. I’ll explain that last one in a moment. Cuban treefrogs are an invasive...
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