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Several clumps of my spawn are now at the comma stage, as against the full stop stage. I can't say it's warm weather that has spurred it on, as it's single figures most of the time recently. I guess these things are factored into spawn development.
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Been quite a late year for development this year.
Still have about 2/3 of the tadpoles left that I keep separate from the main pond in a tub.
Don't know if they'll survive winter if they do complete their development now.
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our small pond still has a large number of tadpoles swimming about - there is plenty for them to eat in there and the pond looks healthy with lots of daphnia, snails and weed, but for some reason they just haven't developed as normal. The tadpoles in the other pond all seem to have gone, although no doubt there are a few hidden away somewhere as it is very overgrown.
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