Each year we get some frogspawn in our wildlife pond, yet it goes overnight. I think the heron is having it.
Weve decided to try and grow the frogspawn in a tank this year (we’re not moving it to another location, it’s going pond/tank/pond).
Do I need to change the water in the tank with the frogspawn on a regular basis, if at all? Or can I just leave it with some oxygenating plants in and no change of water. Once developed, the tadpoles will be going into the pond. The tank will be kept inside, with light but shaded.
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