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Slug Eggs I tend to find lots of clusters of slug eggs under logs and in rotting wood. We definitely have a healthy slug population in our forests. <br />
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Habitat: Rotting wood; mixed forest<br />
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Check out this video of slugs hatching:<br />
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Slug Eggs

I tend to find lots of clusters of slug eggs under logs and in rotting wood. We definitely have a healthy slug population in our forests.

Habitat: Rotting wood; mixed forest

Check out this video of slugs hatching:



    comments (4)

  1. Nice! I remember finding eggs like this when I was a kid. I don't know if they were from slugs or smails, they were like tiny white pearls! :-) Posted one month ago
    1. Thanks :). Technically, these could be from snails. I assumed slugs because we have SO many slugs around here, but I rarely see terrestrial snails. Posted one month ago
      1. It was the other way around for me back in my native region of Spain in Alicante. I could find many snails but no slugs in that area. It is most likely slugs in your case :-) It just brought nice childhood memories :-) Posted one month ago
        1. Cool <3 Posted one month ago

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Uploaded Dec 5, 2021. Captured Mar 11, 2021 15:20 in 120 Library Rd, Southbury, CT 06488, USA.
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