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  1. Adders in Nottinghamshire.
  2. White common frog
  3. Care for the newt in my tank?
  4. Natterjack
  5. Is this a Sand Lizard?
  6. Albino Adder?
  7. Mystery with taddies
  8. New Amphibian group
  9. too late for tadpoles in Manchester?
  10. Thursley Common
  11. Tiny white bugs
  12. adder bite
  13. Grass Snake with toad
  14. HeLp! Our Frogs are dying!!
  15. Dying Frogspawn???
  16. oh to be a postman lol
  17. Injured newt - advice wanted
  18. Palmate newt?
  19. Lizard or newt?
  20. Anyone from Gloucester?
  21. Tadpoles
  22. Mystery Newt
  23. dead grass snake
  24. Where to release a Slow Worm
  25. Egg ID?
  26. Frogspawn, total lack of.
  27. Great Created Newts For Sale At Garden Centre
  28. Newt for ID and info, please.
  29. Where to find Adders in Derbyshire
  30. 'Adders' in the video section
  31. Toad spawn
  32. Woohooo! Frog!
  33. Newts, Well, Proposed pond.
  34. dead frogs
  35. Newt/Tadpole Diet/Habitat
  36. Slow Worm?
  37. No Frogspawn or Tadpoles - is it too late?
  38. Dead Newts in pond
  39. Lizard for ID
  40. What is this lizard up to?
  41. Tadpoles
  42. Common Toad
  43. 2 dead female frogs
  44. Advice needed
  45. Crested newt habitat
  46. dead toads
  47. Grass Snake
  48. ID ON MY FIRST NEWT SIGHTING-OH & HELLO TO ALL AS i AM A NEWBIE
  49. Spawn with Altitude
  50. ID please
  51. frogspawn
  52. moving new eggs
  53. Found spawn in the garden
  54. Will temporarily reducing slug population harm slowworms?
  55. Newt identification please
  56. Frog Spawn all gone???
  57. Lotsa Newts
  58. Black adder
  59. Frog with fungus
  60. Adders
  61. Suvey of garden herpetofauna
  62. frogs and newts in a storm drain
  63. Red Toad?
  64. Lots of frogs at it - no spawn
  65. My poorly frog
  66. Adder Habitat
  67. Disappearing frogs (again).
  68. What newt?
  69. Salamanders in the UK?
  70. Not seen a British reptile in over 10 years...