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1 Austin, S. 1975. Exotics. Florida Naturalist 48(3):2–5.
2 Bartlett, D. 2002. Notes from the field. Krazy for the Keys: to see uncommon herps, take a trip way down south. Reptiles Magazine 10(4):22–26.
3 Courtenay, W. R., Jr., and V. E. Ogilvie. 1971. Species pollution: introduced animals and the balance of nature. Animal Kingdom 74(2):22–28.
4 Crowder, J. P. 1974. The exotic vertebrates of south Florida. South Florida Environmental Project Ecological Report No. DI-SFEP-74-30. 45pp.
5 Duellman, W. E., and A. Schwartz. 1958. Amphibians and reptiles of southern Florida. Bulletin of the Florida State Museum, Biological Sciences 3:181–324.
6 Easteal, S. 1981. The history of introductions of Bufo marinus (Amphibia: Anura); a natural experiment in evolution. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 16:93–113.
7 Franz, R., D. Maehr, A. Kinlaw, C. O'Brien, and R. D. Owen. 1998. Avon Park Air Force Range Project: distribution and abundance of sensitive wildlife species at Avon Park Air Force Range. Final Report, Project RWO-169. 90pp.
8 Gantz, C. O. 1971. A naturalist in southern Florida. University of Miami Press, Coral Gables, Florida, USA. 256pp.
9 Gebhart, L. 1967. A plague of toads. Bulletin of the Chicago Herpetological Society 2(3):3–5.
10 Gore, R. 1976. Florida, Noah's Ark for exotic newcomers. National Geographic Magazine 150:538–559.
11 Gore, R. H. 1992. The Gulf of Mexico: a treasury of resources in the American Mediterranean. Pineapple Press, Inc., Sarasota, Florida, USA. 384pp.
12 King, F. W., and T. Krakauer. 1966. The exotic herpetofauna of southeast Florida. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences 29:144–154.
13 Krakauer, T. 1968. The ecology of the neotropical toad, Bufo marinus, in south Florida. Herpetologica 24:214–221.
14 Krakauer, T. 1970. The invasion of the toads. Florida Naturalist 43:12–14.
15 Krakauer, T. 1970. Tolerance limits of the toad, Bufo marinus, in south Florida. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 33:15–26.
16 Layne, J. N., J. A. Stallcup, G. E. Woolfenden, M. N. McCauley, and D. J. Worley. 1977. Fish and wildlife inventory of the seven-county region included in the Central Florida Phosphate Industry Areawide Environmental Impact Study. U.S. Department of Commerce, National Technical Information Services PB-278 456, Volume 1. 643pp.
17 Lever, C. 2001. The cane toad: the history and ecology of a successful colonist. Westbury Academic and Scientific Publishing, Otley, United Kingdom. 230pp.
18 McCoid, M. J. 1995. Non-native reptiles and amphibians. Pages 433–437 in E. T. Laroe, G. S. Farris, C. E. Puckett, P. D. Doran, and M. J. Mac, editors. Our living resources. National Biological Survey, Washington, D.C.
19 Myers, G. S. 1945. Possible introduction of Argentine toads into Florida. Copeia 1945:44.
20 Office of Environmental Education. 1995. Invading exotic species in Florida. Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Environmental Education Leaflet No. 7. 2pp.
21 O'Keefe, M. T. 1973. Spread of the aliens (No. 2). Florida Sportsman 4(5):46–51.
22 Reiger, G. 1974. The scandal of living room zoos. National Wildlife 12(6):4–12.
23 Riemer, W. J. 1958. Giant toads of Florida. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences 21:207–211.
24 Stevenson, D., and D. Crowe. 1992. Geographic distribution: Bufo marinus (giant toad). Herpetological Review 23:85.
25 Stiling, P. 1989. Exotics—biological invasions. Florida Wildlife 43(5):13–16.
26 Wilson, L. D., and L. Porras. 1983. The ecological impact of man on the south Florida herpetofauna. University of Kansas Museum of Natural History, Special Publication No. 9, Lawrence, Kansas, USA. 89pp.
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