See larger Madeline Goncalves, a Ph.D. candidate in marine biology and exchange student at Florida Gulf Coast University, holds a Cuban tree frog, an invasive species to Southwest Florida, in the palm of her hand in Estero on Wednesday night. Goncalves, along with a group of students and scientists led by Win Everham, an FGCU marine and ecological science professor, spent several hours on Wednesday night patrolling the periphery of the FGCU campus listening to frogs to monitor habitat health.

Photo by TRISTAN SPINSKI, Daily News

Madeline Goncalves, a Ph.D. candidate in marine biology and exchange student at Florida Gulf Coast University, holds a Cuban tree frog, an invasive species to Southwest Florida, in the palm of her hand in Estero on Wednesday night. Goncalves, along with a group of students and scientists led by Win Everham, an FGCU marine and ecological science professor, spent several hours on Wednesday night patrolling the periphery of the FGCU campus listening to frogs to monitor habitat health.

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