Data from: Field trials of chemical suppression of embryonic cane toads (Rhinella marina) by older conspecifics

Samantha McCann, Michael Crossland, Matthew Greenlees & Richard Shine
1. Laboratory experiments have shown that the viability of embryos of the invasive cane toad (Rhinella marina) can be reduced by exposure to chemical cues from older conspecific larvae. These effects (very strong in laboratory trials) may offer an exciting new approach to controlling this problematic invasive species in Australia. However, the degree to which the method works in natural environments has yet to be assessed. 2. Our experiments in the laboratory and in semi-natural...
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