Silurus wrote:You will end up with adult clawed frogs (Xenopus).
You will end up with adult clawed frogs (Xenopus).
I am worried however, that given a hole that you find, the term you use to describe its size is a grave!
@ c*****d evolution, you do offer good arguments, but as far as I know, the Labroids are all from the Indian ocean - they never made it into the Atlantic, and therefore it's a bit hard to see how they managed to reach America.
Shane wrote:Frogs in the fishroom....
I am in the process of building a second (much larger) pond and decided to season it with water from my older pond. Since I was taking out water anyway, I decided to dredge the old pond with a hand net and see what was in there. The whiskered tadpoles above had indeed turned into beautiful clawed frogs. I captured three and moved them to a tank in the fishroom so I could photo them this weekend. Well, just went to feed tonight and there was only one frog in the tank. I looked high and low for the other two but could not find them to save my life.
Looks like there is now a pair of new residents in the fishroom.
Also, in what I consider a very positive sign I caught a single tadpole of an unrelated frog sp in the small pond. That means that frogs on the grounds (none of which I have ever heard nor seen) are now spawning in the little pond. That is like getting free pets!
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