froglet


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froglet

(ˈfrɒɡlət) or

frogling

n
(Animals) a small or immature frog
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Froglet earns the nap voye in the Friday's EPF Event Listing Guide Handicap.
Sir Mark Prescott's Newmarket yard is beginning to fire now and the handicap maestro can strike with the consistent Froglet in the marathon Crowther Homes Maiden Handicap.
WENDYLL WOODS rode his first winner in Britain for six years when partnering Froglet to win the two-mile-one-furlong maiden handicap, despite losing his whip.
tasmaniensis, the Common Eastern Froglet Crinia signifera and Ewing's Tree Frog Litoria ewingii.
Dam Froglet took a similar route into handicaps whereupon she improved more than 2st and won beyond two miles.
2015 Le Froglet, Shiraz, Pays d' Oc, Languedoc, France, Abv 13%
miliaris is adapted to breed in temporary water films that flow over the rocks after rains where it tadpole grows and metamorphoses into a froglet (Giaretta and Facure, 2004; Haddad and Prado, 2005).
Cave breeding and froglet transport: a novel pattern of anuran brood care in the Jamaican frog, Eleutherodactylus cundalli.
She sets out to consult the other desert dwellers--Hopping Mouse, Sand Dragon, Marsupial Mole, Echidna and Chirping Froglet.
We also observed Lithobates clamitans (green frogs) in the froglet stage (two back legs present) in 2002.
His hope of attracting [pounds sterling]250,000 for 25% of his business--to help him fulfil a potential order from M&S for his Le Froglet individual wine goblet servings--were dashed in series seven.
His company Le Froglet has come out with single-serve plastic glasses of Shiraz, Rose and Chardonnay with tear-off lids.