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According to the dermatological examination, there was a group of red-purple colored, verrucous vesicles varied in size from 2-10 mm with white or yellow secretion, which resembled frog spawn over the right swollen labium majus [Figure 1]a.
I was on patrol in the foothills of the Carneddau when I came across the frog spawn at an altitude of roughly 2,700ft," said Alan.
That some leech species should consume frog spawn is curious because it occurs in spite of a clear adaptation they have to piercing the skin of mammals (Cargo 1960) and other vertebrates.
Top of the list is tapioca, a vile concoction made from frog spawn and probably illegal nowadays.
It had the consistency of frog spawn - but some of the pieces were the size of a foot.
Every season was represented by our offerings and we all knew where to find birds' nests and frog spawn.
An eight-course meal in China, where each dish had a texture of frog spawn and tapioca.
School summer holidays lasted forever and were spent almost entirely outside the home, scooping frog spawn from ponds or just running through the fields now lost beneath housing estates.
POND LOVERS need to clear out any debris before the place gets filled with frog spawn.
Tangled ribbons of toad spawn and clumps of frog spawn had been produced and the constant battles over females provided David Attenborough-style entertainment.
1989: The Warwick Conservation Trust set up a frog spawn 'Swap Shop'
Honeycomb, flies' eyes, frog spawn, cuckoo-spit -- choose your organic simile.
Head of conservation Steve Lowe said: "People may think they are doing frogs a good turn moving frog spawn from their own ponds into others in the area, but this can lead to severe contamination and pose a threat to the frogs, toads and newts living in the surrounding area.
We'd fill jam jars with marbles, fill buckets with frog spawn from pools in Freshfield and Formby, and complete one scrapbook after another with football cuttings from the ECHO.
SPAWN AGAIN: We must be doing something right because this year we had masses of frog spawn and we've frequently heard the rattling noise of dragonflies' wings as they maraud around the flowerbeds.