Posted: 07/05/2016 at 08:15
I have just removed another dead frog. I have one remaining live but I could see he was not a well frog. His skin was patchy and a pale on parts of his body and he occasionally wreched forward like a human does when trying to swallow something unpleasant. I think I will find him dead soon. I thought for a short while the spawn appeared to doing ok but at appears to have disintegrated, no hatched taddies. I had a large tadpole from last year and that has gone also. I don't know how to cope with this, my pond has also got newts and lots of water snails. the last thing I want to do is drain it and start again. This all depends on whether the disease is airbourn or not. All I can hope is that with no frogs the disease will run its course and go. I will search for this disease Sanji, thank you, and see if the symptoms fit.