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Old 15th August 2010   #1
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Default A few frogs and toads

Thought I'd post a few pictures of some of my frogs and toads, the first two species of which I picked up at the Kempton fair today. Sadly apart from a couple of Salamandra there were was nothing by way of newts and salamanders. The pictures are of Hyla arborea, Alytes muletensis, Bombina bombina and Pelodytes punctatus.
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