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Panthanit

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First sorry for the double post but this morning I went down to the pond and discovered around 2000 toad eggs.

Are they dangerous for my fish? should I do anything or just let nature be.
 

the loach

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Eggs aren't dangerous, but grown toads or frogs could be... not familiar with the species in Thailand.
 

Panthanit

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Update on the toad issue, it seems they are asian common toads and I lost 5 fish in my main pond from eating the single eggs which I dislodged while removing them.
I relocated the eggs to my smaller pond with around 30 fantails because I felt bad now of which now only 4 are still alive. Is there any way of stopping them without fencing around my pond?
maybe something like diatomaceous earth which dehydrates insects is there anything that toads avoid ?
 
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