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    Posted: 21 Jul 2011 at 10:02pm
Hi everyone
Went to check on a thriving colony of Yellow Bellied Toads in Dagenham. The population numbers around 100 or so and is centred (as far as could be determined) on one small garden pond

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A fat female - 

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Hello,

I am Paul Lambourne, Alien species officer for KRAG. I am very interested in seeing the Dagenham bombina, I know its outside Kent..but only justSmile

If you could PM with the site info I would be extremely grateful.. Also if you know of any other alien species sites as well.

Huge thanks and kind regards

Paul
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how do you recon they got there ?
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Paul, I also have a couple of Bombina sites in Kent. Remind me at the next meeting and I will reveal all...
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