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Amber Mar 19
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Colin Roberts Oct 15
A pool full of on the 15th October! Unbelievable!!!
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Jules Jun 25
Oh dear! My garden is really quickly running out of water. It is full of tiny and so I know I shouldn't use tap . The water butt is empty. No rain is forecast. Who can advise me?
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Wildlife Orphanage Jun 7
#frogs# . The long dry spell is causing a lot of problems for Wildlife here in with fledgling birds arriving in an awful state. But it seems to be a bumper year for tadpoles & our pond is just full of the little wrigglers.The world needs more frogs
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UCL Pond Restoration Jun 25
This was restored 3 years ago & is now totally alive with plants & amphibians - so so many efts, , smooth efts!!! 🐸🐸
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Freya Rowland Sep 10
A case for conservation of : larvae can eat >200 mosquito larvae in 24 h, and can eat >100!
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Environment+Heritage Mar 27
In 2009, a small population of the thought extinct Yellow Spotted Bell was re-discovered after 30 years! funded a breeding project and now 200 and have been released to help re-establish a wild population!
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Archie Workman Mar 10
out again making more ! 🐸🐸
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Decio T Correa Apr 17
Our paper on rock pools in the Atlantic Forest is out! My first published experience using , thanks to
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Jake Smith Jun 29
Despite coldest nights of winter about now these are getting ready for spring soon and a froggy future.
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Claire Richards Mar 19
What makes so refreshing is the wonderfully intelligent writing. This week was poignant, but with such clever comedy touches. Absolutely superb once again
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Hedgehogfriendlytown Apr 14
Loads of tadpoles survived even though some of the spawn was completly frozen.Not just hedgehogs we love.
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MrsB Apr 10
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Peter Howe Mar 27
My pond is just a mass of thousands of wriggling , joy!
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Bibiana Rojas Aug 10
Interested in a fully-funded position involving , cannibalistic behaviour in , and fieldwork in the tropics? Get in touch! I will be at and will be happy to tell you more about it.
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Räsänen Katja May 4
Final set up & (of course) troubleshooting of our by Mariella and Quentin..before enter tomorrow...exciting times!
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Jen Y. Lamb, PhD Nov 10
Things I learned today: 1) dipnets freeze 2) ice is already 1-2 in thick 3) you can still find critters like and but you gotta go deeper for 4) my hubby is awesome (but I knew that already 😆) Till next time, anurans!
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Boyd Ruppelt Nov 10
...and we have legs!!! 😍 are growing legs and will be morphing out of the water soon!!! …
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Neal Ross Nov 6
Not the best shot but this one has been croak8ng like crazy for the last few nights and looks like more spawn have hatched into the pond
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Neal Ross Nov 6
Some update shots of these guys. They really do demolish the leaves I put in their tank
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