Bullfrog Tadpoles, or Green Frog Tadpoles For Sale, Your Choice.
Where can I buy tadpoles? What kind of tadpoles can we choose?
Pond Megastore has Tadpoles for sale! Choice on what varieties is up to you.
During hot summer months and cold winter months we only offer large quantity option for Tadpoles which ship overnight in more expensive shipping option built into the price of the tadpoles. UPS or Fedex Overnight.
April 2019 Update: The 'Bulk' Bullfrog Tadpoles come in a larger quantity than the regular leopard frog small quantity tadpoles.
We have 2 fisheries which supply tadpoles. Our main fishery in PA/WV sends only Bullfrog tadpoles. Our secondary fishery which has locations in Indiana and Missouri ship mostly Green Frogs (native through much of the USA and smaller than bullfrogs).
You may choose in the checkout comments which varieties you prefer! If nothing is chosen, bullfrog tadpoles will likely be chosen for you.
- The 'Bulk' Tadpoles will ship Fedex Overnight Express the day we prepare them to ship. You can choose a delivery date if you wish on the Cart page in the Notes section. We can ship Monday to Thursday. The delivery days are Tuesday to Saturday.
This item will not come from our nursery, we ship these from a fishery which only ships Express UPS or Fedex. There is no need to worry about selecting a shipping option for this item. It will always default at the fishery to UPS or Fedex Overnight. It will most likely not ship the same day, on rare occasions we can do that if ordered very early in the morning.
Bullfrog Tadpoles and Green Frogs are great for larger ponds.
The tadpoles need to eat soft vegetation. Tadpoles eat Mermaid plant, Anacharis, Cabomba, Frogbit and Vallisneria. Tadpoles can go through a lot of submerged aquatic plants in a very short time.
Tadpoles also eat algae and mosquito larvae in the pond--a great benefit to you, the pond owner!
For stocking large ponds it is best to stock tadpoles before (if ever) adding bass or other predator fish.
The frogs and tadpoles love a healthy, vegetative environment to hang around a pond. Plants provide food and hiding spaces for all stages of tadpole development. If you do not have vegetation, native plants and/or flowering plants, the adult frogs will have less interest in staying in your pond if another source of water is nearby. Be sure to encourage them to stay in large numbers by establishing native plants. We can help you source those for your area.