posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 02:48 PM
Looks to me like some kind of spawning material. It was found near river banks. My mother who lives in somerset gets something very similar on her
lawn every year when frogs/toads are spawning and eggs aren't ever visible.
When I researched it at the time I discovered that these frogs who may have been living in only damp conditions all year get caught short before they
can manage to make it back to water, either to the local pond, stream or Rhyne. As a result they involuntarily have to dumpmthere load.
Also I once discovered a similar slyme on my upper arm and tee shirt sleeve one winter morning while walkng in the mendips in somerset. I found the
source, I'd been unfortunate enough to brush past it. Now some fourteen years later I still regularly have periods of intense itchiness on my upper
arm where it touched me.