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NBNR  -  frogs & lizards

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edible frog by Puckles Pond
edible frog by Puckles Pond *

edible frog by Puckles Pond
edible frog by Puckles Pond *

frogspawn
frogspawn

frog in pond
common frog in Willow Pond

common lizard
common lizard

common lizard
common lizard

common lizard
common lizard

slug + 2 common lizards
large slug & two common lizards

slow worms
slow worms

slow worm
slow worm

* The Term "non-native frog" is used to describe a member of the Marsh-Edible-Pool Frog complex (also called water frogs). These are difficult to identify in the field without either capturing them and measuring the length of their hind limbs, or analysing their calls. Sightings of non-native frogs in the Reserve are now assumed to be edible frogs (apologies for any earlier confusion). A colony of edible frogs was identified as living in the Reserve in 2012 by Ray Cranfield of the Essex Amphibian & Reptile Group.



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thanks to Mark Williams for the photos of the pool frog
thanks to Betty Haynes for the other photos
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last updated - 24 August 2015
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