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Posted by ginevive on May 06, 2003 at 07:29:06:

We went out in the back of the 200 acres of pine forest and former farmland. Found a whole bunch of wood frog eggs in a series of vernal pools that were formed years ago when some light logging was done in the pine woods. I hate to think of those loggers back there, felling trees and squishing my favorite breed of native frog, but now it's calm and serene back there and the little hoppers are doing great. Saw a bunch of a. maculatum sal eggs too, not as many as I expected but still a lot. Flipped up a few rocks and found some slimy sals and two-lineds too, and an un-IDed shimmering gold sal that retreated underground too fast. No green frogs yet, a few peeper eggs dispersed here and there, still dreaming of the day we'll spot an elusive grey treefrog. Not to mention the chance of seeing an eastern diamondback! All the maps I saw have out location as a possible habitat for them, but we'll see what this year brings...


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