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Twice as large as our native Green Treefrog, the Cuban Treefrog thrives in developed areas where lights draw a steady source of insects. A fierce predator, this treefrog adversely affects native treefrog populations through competition for food and habitat and through direct predation. Cuban Treefrogs are eaten by aquatic snakes, garter snakes, and mammals.

Latin Name: Osteopilus Septentrionalis

Habitat:Oak hammock

Diet: insects, spiders, frogs

Species Alert! Exotic