|Market Squid as you’ve never seen them before.|
Posted by Merry on June 22, 2011 at 15:28:52:|
This all started because we were looking for worms.
Phil and I were asked to collect squid egg capsules for Leslie Harris at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles. The purpose was to help her answer questions about the red Capitella polychaete worm that associates with squid eggs.
When we brought up the first egg string from Redondo Canyon, curiosity got the best of me, and I looked at it under the microscope. There were no worms on the capsule, but what I saw was amazing. Over the next few months, I photographed tiny, developing squid embryos. We hope you will find them as fascinating as we have.
Here’s their story:
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