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Bibliography of the Cane Toad
- Citations of the cane toad, Bufo marinus up to 1992 are collected in this file assembled by Rick Speare.
Bufo marinus: Marine Toad
- Photographs and information on this species, including its taxonomy, description, habitat, distribution, life history, population biology, physical tolerances, community ecology and invasion information.
CSIRO Cane Toad Research
- Describes recent efforts by Australian scientists to identify a biological method of controlling this introduced species. [PDF]
- Research project by Marcella Gutierrez at the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse.
Cane Toad (Bufo marinus)
- Describes the Australian distribution and biology, and the damage caused.
- Kimberley Toadbusters Inc. is a voluntary organisation using community involvement to keep this destructive introduced species out of Western Australia. Includes photographs and newsletters from fieldwork near Kununurra, and suggests ways to contribute to the campaign.
Cane Toads, Giant Toads or Marine Toads
- Fact sheet from the Australian Museum covers identification, habits, status and toxicity, with map and photographs.
Cane or Giant Toad (Bufo marinus)
- Details of characteristics, range, food, habitat and reproduction. From Animal Diversity Web.
Cane or Marine Toad (Bufo marinus)
- Details of lifespan, statistics, distribution, habitat, diet, behaviour and conservation status. BBC fact file.
Giant Marine Toad (Bufo marinus)
- Illustrated presentation of taxonomy, distribution, and characteristics, with analysis of its ecological threat and the status of research into control methods. Part of the Introduced Species Summary Project at Columbia University, USA.
Marine Toads (Bufo marinus)
- Presents identification guide, range, and habitat, as well as an assessment of damage caused, and how to treat poisoned pets. Provided by the University of Florida.
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