Breeding population of Osteopilus septentrionalis in Curaçao

Breeding population of Osteopilus septentrionalis in Curaçao Breeding population of Osteopilus septentrionalis in Curaçao Gerard van Buurt Kaya Oy Sprock 18, Curaçao, e-mail: gvanbuurt@gmail.com Key data: Osteopilus septentrionalis ; Hylidae; Cuban treefrog; population; Curaçao. SOLTUNA horticultural project, Groot Piscadera (12 ◦ 09 ′ 07.25 ′′ N, 68 ◦ 57 ′ 39.60 ′′ W). 12 February 2007; collected by Mrs. Elly Joubert-Bensink; photograph verified by Gad Perry, Texas Tech University. The animal (fig. 1) was found in a kitchen sink (12 ◦ 09 ′ 07.25 ′′ N, 68 ◦ 57 ′ 39.60 ′′ W) in the main building at the SOLTUNA horticultural project. Parts of the land are leased to other users, including “Vivian’s nursery”, a company that imports ornamentals from Miami, USA. Another part of the land, directly east of the building, is used to stock palm trees which were imported from Cuba. Since the last palm trees from Figure 1. Cuban treefrog collected from a nursery on Curaçao. (Colour original — see www.ahailey.f9.co.uk/appliedherpetology/cariherp.htm.) © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2007 APPLIED HERPETOLOGY 4: 390-391 Also available online - www.brill.nl/ah Invasive Species Distributions Notes 391 Cuba were imported almost 5 years earlier, during the last week of March 2002, it seems likely that the frog(s) accompanied http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Applied Herpetology Brill

Breeding population of Osteopilus septentrionalis in Curaçao

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BRILL
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© 2007 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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1570-7539
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1570-7547
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10.1163/157075407782424520
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Breeding population of Osteopilus septentrionalis in Curaçao Gerard van Buurt Kaya Oy Sprock 18, Curaçao, e-mail: gvanbuurt@gmail.com Key data: Osteopilus septentrionalis ; Hylidae; Cuban treefrog; population; Curaçao. SOLTUNA horticultural project, Groot Piscadera (12 ◦ 09 ′ 07.25 ′′ N, 68 ◦ 57 ′ 39.60 ′′ W). 12 February 2007; collected by Mrs. Elly Joubert-Bensink; photograph verified by Gad Perry, Texas Tech University. The animal (fig. 1) was found in a kitchen sink (12 ◦ 09 ′ 07.25 ′′ N, 68 ◦ 57 ′ 39.60 ′′ W) in the main building at the SOLTUNA horticultural project. Parts of the land are leased to other users, including “Vivian’s nursery”, a company that imports ornamentals from Miami, USA. Another part of the land, directly east of the building, is used to stock palm trees which were imported from Cuba. Since the last palm trees from Figure 1. Cuban treefrog collected from a nursery on Curaçao. (Colour original — see www.ahailey.f9.co.uk/appliedherpetology/cariherp.htm.) © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2007 APPLIED HERPETOLOGY 4: 390-391 Also available online - www.brill.nl/ah Invasive Species Distributions Notes 391 Cuba were imported almost 5 years earlier, during the last week of March 2002, it seems likely that the frog(s) accompanied

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Published: Jan 1, 2007

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