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Several genera of anuran amphibians deposit their eggs within mucous secretions that have been aerated by the parents to produce a foam or bubble spawn body. This is a dynamic medium for embryo development given that is gradually breaks down over time, and one that has been hypothesised to serve a variety of purposes including protecting eggs from external stresses. In this study, I provide additional details of bubble spawn production in the sandpaper frog, Lechriodus fletcheri. Field anddoi:10.1101/2020.02.06.937409 fatcat:gw7eqvqcazes5emejf4chneo7i