Eggs, eggs, eggs…

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DSCN9019During a short excursion to the Director’s intertidal zone on Monday 23 March 2015, D block marine scientists discovered the eggs of several species. Above are the egg masses and adults (including one unusually pale example) of the barnacle-eating sea slug (Onchidoris bilamellata).

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Also some very green fish eggs laid in an intertidal crevice (above).

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And some dog whelk (Nucella ostrina) egg capsules.

Thanks to Alana for the photos!

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