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Dogwhelk Eggs

Observed: 14th April 2010 By: lauratills
The Marine Biological Association
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Description:

The yellowy coloured eggs found on the underside of a crevice on the rocky shore.

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dejayM's picture

waiting

Well Laura..this has been sitting here for nearly four years. That is shameful, considering that iSpot is supposed to be 'full' on Naturalists!
These are so obviously Dog whelk eggs, even though the picture is less than perfect.
I have come to it because I sometimes trawl history (in this case Marine Eggs), so few people seem to do this.
So there, if you are still around, an agreement!
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