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Liam
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Posted: 10 May 2003 Topic: Common Frog Identification & Sightings



over 14 minmum in my garden pond, Bradford west yorkshire. Been here years, often found around garden, pond aboout 6 ft by 4 ft by 3 feet deep,  alot of frogsporn a couple of months back but now no tadpoles?

also other small ponds in area.is it wse to introduce new tadpoles every odd year?




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Posted: 11 May 2003 Topic: Common Frog Identification & Sightings



There are no predators no. It is not the best sited pond with tres all around. I will find time to clean it out over this winter so net spring they might have a better chance. I can only think it is because of this. How far do the frogs travel as some days there are over 13 frogs and others not even one maybe one or two in the pond? there are quite a few rocks around the pond.


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