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Unidentified Arboreal Eggs

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Old Tuesday 12th April 2016, 07:41   #1
Dinny
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Unidentified Arboreal Eggs

Hi All,
I was out for a walk with my family when my son spotted these eggs hanging 1.4m above ground level. The weather was wet and cold and we were in a woody area close to a fast-moving river. Does anyone have an idea as to what this could be? Our thought is it could be from a tree frog or a bird has flown off with frog spawn and dropped some en route.
Many thanks,
Dinny
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