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Cane toads on the march: invasive species finds 'ideal niche' in Australia

Cane toads on the march: invasive species finds 'ideal niche' in Australia | The cane toad | Scoop.it
Lack of predators allows South American amphibians to colonise the north – and they are spreading further into NSW and WA

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Cane Toad

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Cane toads impact goannas, quolls, lizards, elapid snakes, frogs, invertebrates and Aboriginal bush tucker. The great toad muster in Timber Creek will use a combination of traps and hand capture to drive toads back east during the dry season. Stop The Toad Foundation (STTF) is a non-profit and non-government organisation aiming to keep the cane toad out of Western Australia’s Kimberley region.
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The biological effects, including lethal toxic ingestion, caused by Cane Toads (Bufo marinus)

Advice to the Minister for the Environment and Heritage from the Threatened Species Scientific Committee (TSSC) on Amendments to the List of Key Threatening Processes under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act)
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Cane Toad Advance (2002)

The cane toad was introduced into Queensland in 1935 to combat the sugar cane beetle It has since spread far and wide and is now a pest. Scientists are using...
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Everyone agreed: cane toads would be a winner for Australia

Everyone agreed: cane toads would be a winner for Australia | The cane toad | Scoop.it
When cane toads were released in Australia in 1935, they were the latest innovation in pest control, backed by a level of consensus support that a scientist could only dream of. So what went wrong? Research…
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CSIRO cane toad research | CSIRO

CSIRO cane toad research | CSIRO | The cane toad | Scoop.it
CSIRO scientists have explored the use of gene technology to reduce the number of Australian cane toads.
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Spiders keep cane toad numbers in check - The Importance of Biodiversity

Spiders keep cane toad numbers in check - The Importance of Biodiversity | The cane toad | Scoop.it
Toxic cane toads may have met their match in native Australian spiders like the wolf spider and Australian tarantula.

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