Rosemary Horton from Australia likes to keep Frogs Are Green readers up to date with her efforts to save frogs.
The photos below were taken with an ordinary digital camera through the lens of a school microscope, and shows the eggs and development of Pobblebonk Frogs (Limnodynastes dumerilii) to where she is ready to return them to suitable unpolluted areas.
About Pobblebonk Frogs from Wikipedia.org:
Limnodynastes dumerilii is a frog species from the family Myobatrachidae. The informal names for this species, and its subspecies, include Eastern or Southern Banjo Frog, and Bull frog. The frog is also called the pobblebonk after its distinctive “bonk” call, which is likened to a banjo string being plucked. It is native to eastern Australia and has been introduced to New Zealand. There are five subspecies of L. dumerilii, each with different skin coloration.