Alan Broodbank / May 2020 – vol. 113, issue 5, pp 301–302 The following observations were made in my suburban garden in Earley, Berkshire. The garden is dominated by two mature Oaks Quercus robur, but also contains varied shrubbery and a pond, c. 3 m in diameter, with depths of 20–50 cm (plate 139). Just beyond the garden boundary is a small copse. The pond supports a rich diversity of invertebrate life plus Common Frogs Rana temporaria ... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.