RE: NANFA-- looking for exotic frog damage articles

Jay DeLong (
Fri, 3 Mar 2000 19:01:16 -0800

Rhonda, I had previously bookmarked all but one site as Favorites in an
"Introduced Species" folder.

After I read your email I found the "Bullfrogs: Introduced Predators in
Southwestern Wetlands" page with, which is my favorite
search engine. I typed in "introduced bullfrog" and there it was. Guess I
got lucky :-)

Here's another line I stumbled upon: "Native frog species of California are
also suffering a decline because bullfrogs are intense predators on frog
populations." It came from For
some auditory fun click on that link and wait a minute :-)

Jay DeLong
Olympia, WA

> -----Original Message----- > From: On Behalf > Of Gupp > Sent: Friday, March 03, 2000 6:04 PM > To: > Subject: Re: NANFA-- looking for exotic frog damage articles > > > Ja, > > These are great pages, how did you find them? I've been looking all over > and found a bunch of general stuff but these are much more specific and > to the point of what I'm trying to show them. The sad thing is they > probably will think I'm some granola nut, and not even bother to look at > what I'm sending them.

> > I'm going to also try to get info from the local fish & wildlife people. > Maybe if I can find something that states specifically that it's illegal > they might be more inclined to listen to me. > > Rhonda

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