Frogs have disappeared from my garden for some years years now. Formerly there were scores of them in this pond at this time of year. Bob Bayliss, above, has found a pond where tadpoles are thriving again and collected some spawn, which he has grown on in his own tadpole tank. He has kindly donated some of his tadpoles to my ponds and he postulates that these may be immune to the disease which has reeked havoc to my garden frogs -- causing their disappearance.
Let's hope so. It would be great to have frogs back again.
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