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Post by AngelinaJellyBeana 4th March 2011, 6:42 pm

Noticed today a humongous load of frog spawn in the pond Very Happy
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Post by Dandelion 4th March 2011, 7:39 pm

We've had a lot of activity in the pond (and I've removed a mating pair of frogs from the porch doorway!) but so far only a small amount of spawn.

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Post by Lottie 5th March 2011, 10:03 am

WOW Shocked
Nothing here, no frogs at all, they're normally not about til April in my lil bit of the world.. perhaps they've gawn to warmer climes, it's still freeeeeeeezing here... Rolling Eyes

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Post by Aberlemno 6th March 2011, 9:54 am

Despite losing 10 frogs between the 2 ponds, goldfish and wildlife, when we had them almost frozen solid this winter (6" of ice on the main pond), we have the most incredible amounts of frogspawn, mostly in the wildlife pond but 8 lots in the main pond too. I've been worried these past few frosty nights, when the poor little blighters on the shallow shelf of the edge of the wildlife pond have been frozen solid, but when I checked this morning (milder last night) they had come out of the eggs and formed clusters, so that is looking positive.
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