Subject: bug eggs
Location: Olympia, Washington
January 17, 2013 2:14 pm
On January 16, my fifth grade class found these beautiful clear eggs about 1 inch below surface under some rotting bark, but in actual soil. We were looking for subjects for a haiku poem, and there they were. Sorry there is not anything for scale, but each egg is approximately 3mm long. We would appreciate any insight you can provide.
Thanks so much,
Boston Harbor Elementary School
Signature: Ms. Watson’s Fifth Grade Class
Dear Ms. Watson’s Fifth Grade Class,
We believe these are Slug Eggs, and they look very similar to these Leopard Slug Eggs on Archive and this photo on Rural Ramblings. Perhaps Susan J. Hewitt who frequently comments on our Mollusc postings will write in to confirm our identification.