frogspawn


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frogspawn

a mass of fertilized frogs' eggs or developing tadpoles, each egg being surrounded by a protective nutrient jelly
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The earliest spring signs recorded were in November a year ago, like frogspawn in Pembrokeshire on November 1.
He helped her take frogspawn from the garden and grow it in a tank.
The unnamed girl, still at school, was pounced on as she and her 11-year-old brother gathered frogspawn at a beauty-spot pond.
A few weeks ago a ripple of excitement ran through the school when two girls discovered frogspawn.
Gullible George's crazy contention that Lennox Lewis is the greatest heavyweight boxer of all time is about as indigestible as a toastie made from rabbit roadkill with a topping of frogspawn.
When his grandson told him there was frogspawn in the make-shift pond he collected it all into a fish tank.
Boffins believe frogspawn holds the key to curing cancer.
I asked Richard Wimmer, the head chef at the award- winning Nant Ddu Lodge on the A470 north of Merthyr Tydfil, to try to cure a lifetime's aversion to the milky fluid that I'd always compared to frogspawn.
Frogspawn has been reported from garden ponds since February 14.
Split and re-pot any irises around the edges before the frogspawn gets in the way.
learning a | circus trick, playing on the beach, having a picnic, making a snowman and collecting frogspawn
LEAF research also found that seven in 10 children have never gone pond dipping or searched for frogspawn, and less than half (45%) have been on a nature trail.