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Wood frog eggs ready to hatch!

Posted by Shania Muncil,
North Country explorer from Oswegatchie NY
April 29, 2019

During our Herpetology trip to Higley Flow, I found several wood frog egg masses in a marsh next to the beaver pond. These eggs are about 1 week from hatching, and I could see the developing tadpoles moving around. The weather was a bit chilly (about 50F) and cloudy.

Wood frog eggs (Rana sylvatica)

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