Data from: Methods for invasive species control are transferable across invaded areas

Takashi Haramura, Michael R. Crossland, Hirohiko Takeuchi & Richard Shine
Cane Toads (Rhinella marina) are invasive pests in many parts of the world, including the Japanese island of Ishigaki. Extensive research in Australia has identified promising new methods for control, but also has shown that toads exhibit geographic variation in many traits (suggesting that methods developed in one location may not work in another). Can the approaches developed in Australia play a useful role for controlling this invasive species in Japan? Our experimental trials on...
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