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Feb 12, 2012 12:11 PM CST
plantladylin said:Zig: That is very true in some circumstances. While we have native frogs/toads here in Florida, we also have the very invasive Cuban Tree Frogs which eat our native tree frogs and anything thing else that will fit in their mouths:

That's right Lin, and you also have the Coqui Frogs in Hawaii. Here toads have been a catastrophic environmental disaster brought on by well meaning but shortsighted people. In the right place these things are an essential part of their natural system. Outside of it can be quite a different (and expensive) story.

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