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Report and Map Invasive Species – This website allows people to report sightings of exotic species in Florida and see distribution maps and information about previously reported species.

Dr. Steve Johnson’s Cuban Treefrog Web Page – This University of Florida Web page provides information on how to identify the Cuban treefrog and what you can do to stop its expansion in Florida.

The Invader Updater – The Invader Updater is a quarterly electronic newsletter produced by the University of Florida that focuses on topics related to invasive vertebrate animals in Florida and the southeastern U.S. It includes supporting Web pages with supplemental information, resources and news, and its Facebook page keeps you up to date on current news.

Nonnative Reptiles in South Florida: Identification Guide – The University of Florida developed this guide to identifying South Florida’s nonnative and native reptiles.

Florida Invasive Species Partnership – The Florida Invasive Species Partnership is a collaboration of federal, state and local agencies, along with nongovernment organizations, all of which have a stake in managing invasive nonnative species in Florida.

Everglades Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area – Learn about invasive species and associated management efforts in the Everglades.

United States Geological Survey’s Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Website – This website provides scientific reports, real-time queries, spatial data sets, regional contact lists and general information about introduced aquatic species.