found on riverbank approximately one week after flood. looked organic
No interactions present.
About similar postings. The consensus is that it is the leavings of a predated frog. The predators seem to find the "jelly" (that would have coated the eggs upon laying) distasteful, so they leave it: often in odd places such as tree branches.
If you change the group to Reptiles and Amphibians, you may get some agreements and or corrections. You could also enter a tentative identification of Common Frog, which is the most likely if my supposition is correct.
I agree - remains of female frog after predator has fed.
I've seen this on cliff ledges and also on road sides, where I presume road kill has been removed by scavengers.
Lat/Lng: 53.7, -2.7
OS grid ref: SD5930