Thanks for that, David! Good to know. From a search...
"As well as displacing native plants, B. delagoense is also unwelcome
because it contains bufadienolide cardiac glycosides which can cause
cardiac poisoning, particularly in grazing animals. During 1997, 125
head of cattle died after eating mother-of-millions on a travelling
stock reserve near Moree, NSW.
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