House Clearance Meath Green

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Few little facts about Meath-Green

The Marsh Frog Pelophylax ridibundus (a non-native species introduced from Europe in the 1930s) is now commonly found in the upper Mole and its tributaries around Newdigate and Gatwick. There is no evidence that the presence of the frogs has had a deleterious effect onindigenous amphibians. A second non-native species, the Edible Frog (Pelophylax kl. esculentus) was introduced to a site at Newdigate in the early 1900s. It has recently[when?] been recorded in tributaries of the River Mole at Capel and Brockham


The River Mole has the most diverse fish population of any river in England. The Gatwick Streamis dominated by coarse fish such as brown troutbrook lamprey, and eel. In 2003, the upper River Mole near Meath Green Lane, Salfords, was enhanced to create a gravel spawning area to encourage chub and dace in addition to roach.[1] In 1974 zander, a non-indigenous coarse fish native to Europe, were introduced legally to Old Bury Hill Lake which supplies the Pipp Brook. Zander have been caught in the Lower Mole below Dorking since the 1980s
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Sources: Wikipedia