Sunday, April 18, 2010

Success!

All the singing going on every night as paid off. Pacific tree frog eggs are in the pond. There are several clusters along plant stems just underwater. The darker green area, in the photo, is the reflection of the leaf above the water. There are five or maybe six frogs in the little garden pond. I was starting to worry that they were all males, by the amount of singing going on!

6 comments:

~Gardener on Sherlock Street said...

You got a great photo of the eggs.

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Matron said...

Pacific tree frogs! wow! I look forward to seeing them grow up!

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Rebecca said...

That is so awesome.
Good to see your blog again,
i have been away for awhile.