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#The Herpetological Society of Ireland

# the-herpetological-society-of-ireland - Monday 22 July, 2019

'Rare' common toad captured in Dublin following public appeal

The common toad is native to other parts of Europe but not Ireland and it is not yet known what the effect it could have on native species.

# the-herpetological-society-of-ireland - Sunday 8 July, 2018

Irish lizards thriving in the heat, but fires pose a particular danger

The warm weather means they can reach their optimal temperature without having to bask for hours.

# the-herpetological-society-of-ireland - Tuesday 25 February, 2014

Mystery in Kildare after discovery of 250 dead frogs

Samples have now been sent to a lab in the UK to examine the cause of the mass die-off.