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Spotted jelly

Observed: 14th September 2013 By: DavidHowdon
Amateur Entomologists' SocietyLondon Natural History SocietySelborne Society
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Description:

Found on a blade of common reed about 50cm above the waterline.
Really am just guessing with this one.

Identifications
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

Mydaea's picture

Caddisfly egg mass.

Caddisfly egg mass.

Masked Marvel's picture

It's definitely not a newt or

It's definitely not a newt or other amphibian. I suggest you move it to invertebrates and you might get some more interest.

DavidHowdon's picture

Thanks for the ID Ian

impressive that it can be done to species level from the eggs.

Glyphotaelius pelluciudus does not appear to be linking up in the iSpot species dictionary, is it possible iSpot has it under a different name?

Mydaea's picture

It has one 'i' too many.

It has one 'i' too many.

DavidHowdon's picture

I'll leave it for Ian to correct

wouldn't want to steal his ID.