FTIR and Raman spectroscopy would be ideal methods for probing this kind of material. If they can do that dropping this stuff in the name of experimentation would be a cake walk. If you feel like this, and your treatment has caused erection problems, this may be very upsetting. I have not come accross it again in the last month until out walking today It does stand to reason that the slime is an unwanted part of the animals meal, and that considering its looks it is something to do with frogs,or quite possibly toads. What is interesting is that the arrival of this "jelly" coincided with a meteor shower, so there is food for thought!
There are two types of palliative. That's how I know about it. Polecats, mink and otters will all do this. I did some research into this and formed the opinion that this was caused by the breeding of a bryozoan life form. Phil Page We have also found it on Dartmoor growing on grass and on granite boulders Asymptomatic inflammatory prostatitis You usually don't have symptoms with this condition. If I catch any stags leaving their semen behing my wheelie bin then I will chase them off with a big stick.
Is it normal to have jelly-like clumps in your semen
We are going to count how many we find. Once upon a time, if someone had claimed without irrefutable evidence that bioluminescent unicellular and multicellular organisms existed at meters below the surface of the ocean and deeper, that person would have been ridiculed and despised by every facet of the scientific community. Although not seen today,Buzzards are a common sight because of all the Rabbits, which mightexplain the jelly by the post - grasping a frog in a talon on top of apost might explain how the jelly can catch on the fence by the post. James Rod I live in London and have found this Jelly in my garden. Cancer is caused when something affects the make-up of our cells. A few hints for overall penis care are also offered. A couple of years ago I found some at this time of year with what appeared to be dark grey eggs in one clump of it.
Colin McLeod All those who suggest it's frog spawn left by foxes are correct. Some of it was on top of the anti tank blocks! In one we could see that a couple of the black eggs were surrounded in the jelly, just like frog or toad spawn. Definatly wasn't a fungus. The caretaker for the cabin we stayed in thought it might have been regurgitated by a buzzard. Very exciting if it has no earthly connection.