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Re: Killis in ponds (was bullfrogs)
David Ramsey wrote:
> Mine were eaten last summer in a 23 gallon Rubbermaid tub on the back porch.
> I do not know where the frog came from or where he would go in the day time.
> But at night, when not croaking, was chowing down. I lost a lot of gardneri
> N'sukka that way.
Interesting. I thought that bullfrogs would have trouble catching fish,
that way. Around here, I think the racoons, skunks and civet cats are more
likely culprits. They go right through plastic mesh without even slowing
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