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Snail eggs

Observed: 28th June 2009 By: Iris003Iris003’s reputation in InvertebratesIris003’s reputation in InvertebratesIris003’s reputation in Invertebrates
bug hunt egg sack
Description:

About 12mm in length,transparent and jelly like.Tiny yellow eggs.

Identifications
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    Likely ID
    Snail Eggs
    Confidence: I'm as sure as I can be.
    ID agreements (): 4 People
    • Jonathan
      iSpot team
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    • the naturalist man
      The Mammal SocietyYorkshire Naturalists' Union
      the naturalist man is knowledgeable about Invertebratesthe naturalist man’s earned reputation in Invertebratesthe naturalist man’s earned reputation in Invertebratesthe naturalist man’s earned reputation in Invertebrates
    • Martin Harvey
      Berkshire Moth GroupFSC - Field Studies CouncilSoldierflies and Allies Recording SchemeBuckinghamshire Invertebrate Group
      Invertebrates expert
    • bobthebirderbobthebirder is knowledgeable about Invertebratesbobthebirder’s earned reputation in Invertebratesbobthebirder’s earned reputation in Invertebratesbobthebirder’s earned reputation in Invertebratesbobthebirder’s earned reputation in Invertebrates
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

bobthebirder's picture

snail eggs

I suspect "water snail eggs" is about as far as we can go on this. Were there any adults near it?

Bob Ford

Iris003's picture

snail egg sac

Yes, there was actually.The adults were Great Pond snails.

Iris

the naturalist man's picture

Snail eggs

Yes, these are snail eggs, though it is impossible to say which species I'm afraid.
Enter an identification of snail eggs and I'll 'Spot on' it. Identifications can be as vague as snail eggs, then we can build on that, if possible.

Graham Banwell

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Iris003's picture

Snail egg sac

Thanks for your help, the adults nearby were Great Pond snails. I've entered a new identification. It would be great if you would spot on it.

Iris