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Tag: pond snails

Where Does Our Pond Wildlife Arrive From?

Where Does Our Pond Wildlife Arrive From? This is a question I get asked a lot.  Many people are often amazed at just how quick wildlife seems to arrive in their pond as if from nowhere.  So, just where does it arrive from?  All new ponds large or small will start attracting wildlife within days […]

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Great Crested Newts

Great Crested Newts Tritusus Cristatus more commonly known as (Greater Crested Newts), are the largest out of our three British species.  Females can grow to a length of 17cm which is three times the size of Palmate and Smooth Newts.  Although they are widespread throughout Europe, their biggest populations are found in Britain.  Despite this, […]

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Wildlife Ponds

Wildlife Ponds Everywhere in nature where you find fresh water, you will also find a diverse Eco-system of wildlife. Lakes, Ponds, Streams, Rivers, Canals, Fens, Marshes, Dew Ponds and Mountain Tarns are home to thousands of animal and plant species such as, Birds, Amphibians, Reptiles, Mammals, Fish, and Invertebrates.   All these intriguing little creatures are […]

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Pond Algae

Pond Algae There are hundreds of different types of Fresh-Water Algae and the most common problematic forms to invade our ponds are Blanket Weed (Filamentous Algae) and Plankton Algae more commonly known as ‘Green-Water Algae’.  Algae blooms can occur for a number of reasons, but are more commonly found in newly established ponds, especially those […]

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Pond Snails

  Pond Snails   There are around 30 different species of fresh water snails in the UK, many of which, are very small and currently unavailable to buy.  However, the two most familiar varieties are Lymnaea Stagnalis (giant pond snails) and Planorbarius Corneus (Rams horn snails). These particular species are the most popular and are […]

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