Frogs lay eggs i the pool and they turn into tadpoles.
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You dont put them in the same pool.
shut the doors
either adoped them or kill them.
Buying a cover for the pool should take care of the situation. As long as it fits the pool properly
Try putting a big rubber snake at the edge of the pool. I don't know if it will work on frogs but it sure keeps the ducks off my dock.
Keep the pool water out and put a cover on it or you can keep the water in it and just put a cover over it thats what i did. Check the phosphate levels of your water. I had a pool party of frogs every time it rained. I found my phosphate level was high, adjusted accordingly and now they're gone!
yes they need water touch move the eggs very carefully into some water. remember they will all turn into tadpoles then frogs.
No. That is what the pool cover is for - keep it on and nothing will fall into the water. Check the phosphate levels of your water. I had a pool party of frogs every time it rained. I found my phosphate level was high, adjusted accordingly and now they're gone!
Frogs are attracted to a pool because they need water and poos also are where frogs find insects to eat.
I think they to attract them is by having a kiddie pool in your backyard or in the woods they usually live in woods or in little ponds by the woods. If your using a kiddie pool like me i would dig a hole the size of the pool and put it in there then put pond water in it the reason why you have to dig a hole is because some frogs wont be able to get in there attracted a frog in there and its a green or bronze frog i caught it on July 27 2012 it was sitting on a rock half on half off like gray tree frogs laying there eggs but i don't know how green or bronze frogs mate or lay eggs i put it in my frog tank with 4 other fire belly toads for a other question someone asked can a frog or toad lay its eggs with no mate i answerd that one 2. Just be careful when you put water in your kiddie pool in the woods mosquitoes will go there and to attrack frogs to lay eggs put leaves in the pool and they will soon float to the bottom and tadpoles will eat them but do not put tap water in itl when you have tadpoles in it i killed all all the ones in it sadly on July 28. Sorry 4 any typos
i HAVE NO IDEA WHAT A BROMINATED SWIMMING POOL IS I TAKE IT IT'S AN OUTDOOR POOL? IF HUMANS ARE USING THIS POOL TO SWIM IN YOU MUST GET RIG OF THE FROGS. YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT GERMS DISEASES THEY'RE CARRING, AND THEY WILL BE LAYING TADPOLES. ALL SORTS OF BUGS INSECTS ARE ALSO ASSOCIATED WITH FROGS. YOU SHOULD CHECK OUT YOR ENVIORNMENTAL CLEANSING DEPARTMENT WHO WILL ADVISE YOU. POSSIBLY DRAINING THE POOL SEALING IT FROM WATER WILL DETER THE FROGS IT'D GIVE YOU A GOOD CHANCE TO THOROUGHLY CLEANSE THE POOL, DISINFECT BLEACH, ETC. . . I HOPE THIS IS OF SOME HELP
They are fly larvae and are gross, but harmless. Keep the pool clean and the chemistry correct. You can try running the chlorine a little towards the high end, but the flys that deposit the eggs (that turn into larvae) will contine to mistake your pool for a pond. Hey, at least you don't have frogs... ;-)
Yes! Our swimming pool liner needed to be replaced, so we were late in opening our pool. Unknown to us were millions of tree frog eggs laid in the pool! Before we could drain the pool and replace the liner, a matter of a few weeks, we had apoximately 10,000 tadpoles and even froglets in our pool. We tried adding all sorts of strong chemicals to kill them (as to be frank - we did not wish for a plague of frogs on our property - but nothing killed them - which dumbfounded us. I've searched the internet in hopes of finding something to kill (sorry frog lovers) them as they return year-after-year to mate and lay their eggs again in OUR POOL! If you know of anything that will repet or deter frogs (I think they're white or gray tree frogs) from being attracted to our swimming pool - PLEASE let us know (email@example.com). They're back again this year! Our 3 grandsons happen to not be frog-lovers, and have refused to swim in our pool until we've stopped having to scoop out frogs and their bazillion eggs!
Although frogs in your pool are inconvenient, there is no health risk due to the pool chemicals. You just remove the drowned frogs. You should check your yard for standing water where the eggs can hatch and tadpoles mature. If you do not have this, then the frogs are migrating toward your pool for some reason. If you leave the lights on, that attracts bugs and the frogs come for the picnic. Clear out any weeds and debris in your yard. Some believe using ammonia based fertilizer is a deterrent. Also, a wooden or block fence will prevent frogs from coming into the area.
maybe two or none because it maybe move the log and the other frogs fall out.
If one jumps in, two are left sitting by the pool. If one jumps in, there are still three frogs in the pool area.
Have you tried a nylon mesh stretched above the surface of the pool It would take a bit of setting up but should work. Have a look at pool safety nets for inspiration. I will put in a link to one of them
You will see what look like very small fish with tails (or possibly legs if they are becoming frogs soon) and frogs around your pool. If there are tadpoles in your pool you should be able to see them.
Frogs inevitably get into pool skimmers. So trying to prevent them from getting into the pool in the first place is a waste of time. Visit www.critterskimmer.com and check out the spiral rescue ramp that allows frogs and small critters to climb out of the skimmer on their own. No more dead frogs! Check the phosphate levels of your water. I had a pool party of frogs every time it rained. I found my phosphate level was high, adjusted accordingly and now they're gone!
Use a net to remove those that you can. As tadpoles cannot be living to deep in the pool, you will likely not need to go very far down. Drain the pool. Those tadpoles that are left will likely die, or be easier to remove with the net. Depending on where you live, frogs will probably not stay around a dry hole for very long and will move on. From there, you need to only clean the pool and refill it using chlorine to keep out such creatures in the future. Use a cover to keep them from coming back in the colder months, or drain the pool again.
it is but you should try not to step on the bottom of your pool because you squish the eggs