I see small toads in my mulch beds and since there aren’t ponds around I was wandering if they started life in a tadpole form like a frog
Toads and frogs are quite similar in many ways. They both lay their eggs in water. Toad eggs are arranged in long rows rather than a group or clump. They may be darker and smaller than frog eggs, but otherwise produce tadpoles that will grow in a freshwater environment.
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