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little white translucent eggs

little white translucent eggs
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
March 12, 2006
Little white eggs found under some bark of a dead tree. Can't find anything about it, could it be eggs of some sort of beetle?

Moved
Moved from eggs.

Moving to egg page.
Moving to egg page.

little pearl eggs
I have found the same in the Ohio Valley area

 
Slug eggs ?
looks similar to the slug eggs I find under logs.
The eggs I find are all connected like a string of susages.

 
I agree
These are slug eggs. Some lay them in strings, but others lay them in irregular clumps like this.

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