Cuban Treefrogs taking over!

Found this large treefrog crawling around on our house after sundown. The Cuban Treefrog is an invasive (non-native) species. It is the largest of all treefrogs in Florida, growing up to 5 inches long. The toepads are much larger than other native treefrogs, which is a key distinguishing characteristic. They will eat insects and spiders, lizards, small snakes, and other native treefrogs.