Impact: Cuban tree frogs are the largest tree frogs
in North America.
Cuban tree frogs eat insects, lizards, snakes, mice, hatchling
birds, other frogs, and even other Cuban tree frogs. They
are nocturnal and spend most of that time in trees.
They live in urban and natural areas in many south Florida
counties, including ecologically valuable areas, such as Florida's
wildlife refuges and Everglades National Park.
They have a destructive effect on natural ecosystems, since
they prey on native tree frogs and cause native frog numbers
Photo courtesy Creatures Great and Small