SOS Frogspawn

by Stroma
(Beaumaris)

Hi Wendy


I saw your request to help the frogspawn in your pond, and now understand that the problem has been sorted, but I was wondering if you could possibly spare some frogspawn.

I built a pond last year and am eager to have frogs in the garden.

Regards
Stroma




Dear Stroma

I've passed your contact details on to Wendy.

Wil

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Apr 08, 2019
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Frogspawn please!
by: Richard

Hi Wendy, am I too late to get some frogspawn, toadspawn, newts or even fish? I have two ponds I would love to populate with them and I only live up the road from you. Regards, Richard

(telephone number provided)
WG

Mar 06, 2011
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Froglette Migrations Across Anglesey
by: Wil

Dear Stroma

I was so glad to hear that Wendy had been in touch with you and that blob of spawn will be coming over to Beaumaris.

As ever, Andrew, great information and a question that reveals my ignorance yet again.

Wendy, what's the answer?

Nos da Bobol

Wil

Mar 06, 2011
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Spawn again frogians.
by: Drew in Alaska.

Question quest:- Wendy and Stroma,

Is it actual 'Common Frog' spawn that you are dealing with here? Those clusters of spawn? Other than what was more the norm in the Anglesey of my day, which was tons of "strings" of Toad-spawn?

I ask the question just to make a brief survey in the interest of further knowing is and if, there is a revial of the Common Frog in Anglesey. As a kid I saw very little of the Common Frog / spawn. Also, the King Newt was found by a classmate named Desmina, in the early 1960's (I said, giving my age away)..in a country pond.

Off-hand, we have the Boreal Frog here in /b> which is very small, say almost 2 inches.

Very odd one would think, for snakes do not exist here given the Winters of 6 months, as cold blooded reptiles. Yet here we see the Boreal Frog which I usually find at the base of a tree making quite a noise! for small creatures.

I have not seen the 'Garter Snake' found in neighboring Canada either, here in Alaska, given the same latitudes.

Drew.

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