On the side of a very deep rockpool surrounded by seaweeds. No more than 3cm long
No identification made yet.
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I'm pretty sure these are gastropod mollusc eggs but I'm not too sure where we go from there. They could be from a sea-slug.
It would help to know a little more about the texture; was the egg ribbon gelatinous or did it have a tough coat.
It would be good to hear views of others.
The egg ribbon was gelatinous as apose to having a tough coat. It was also the only specimin in sight around the edge of the rockpool - hope this helps
If its a gelatinous egg ribbon I'd tend towards it coming from a sea-slug. I ca't tell which.
An old post but I often visit History.
Even though it "was gelatinous as apose [sic] to having a tough coat.." I think this might be a Tunicate and I'd be interested in more opinion (than above).
Look here http://www.exoticsguide.org/botrylloides_violaceus the Zooids are not always arranged in perfect shapes.
Either way, if Hugh is still active then please change the group to Invertebrate - it is, surely?
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