|Opisthobranch Eggs 2.0|
Posted by Merry on November 06, 2019 at 10:58:41:|
But wait, thereís more!
Dr. Jeff Goddard kindly contributed many of his opisthobranch eggs to our collection, increasing the number of identified species to 94, ranging from British Columbia to Northern Baja.
Opisthobranch egg masses come in a tremendous variety of shapes and colors, which gives us an interesting look at a short period in their life cycle. Many thanks to Jeff for reviewing and updating the IDís. On the last page, Jeff also added beautiful images of opisthobranch veligers with descriptions of their development.
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