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An invasive species in Texas. First ones arrived in Florida as stowaways on ships. Climate change and warmer winters have allowed the species to expand in the US. They mainly spread by hitchhiking on plants, automobiles, and boats. Natural habitats invaded include pine forests and swamps. This one was found in The Woodlands, Texas.
AmphibiansCuban Treefrog Osteopilus septentrionalisFrogsInvasive SpeciesNatureTexasThe WoodlandsTree FrogsWildlife