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These are Applesnail eggs. Invasive species.
Ponds, rivers & lakes
Seen in a nature reservoir.
new hatchling applesnail
Snail eggs spotted in a strawberry field
calcified i believe.
about the size of a ping pong ball;
They were attached to a trunk near a swamp in the rain forest
Egg in the rice farm
One of my strangiest pets
Eating a fresh caught Apple Snail (Pomacea ...
Snail eggs cluster attached to plants rising above the water's surface.
Ampullariidae. Los ampuláridos, son una familia moluscos gasterópodos de aguas ...
Pomacea bridgesii, common names the ...
Masses of pink eggs on water lettuce (Pistia).
Pomacea canaliculata, common name the ...
White bunched up eggs
Some kind of white eggs on the reed base
Absolutely no idea what is it. Found near river.
These two are obviously breeding, and the pink eggs are very noticeable ...
Sorry it's just the shell, it's what was left of something's lunch.
I was surprised to see snails this big in our pond, pretty sure they don't ...
This is a highly invasive snail species introduced to Hawaii as a food item. I ...
Extremely large snail
Invasive species. You can distinguish it from the natives by the deeply ...
Collections of Golden Apple water snail eggs on water plants near the waterline.
Channeled Apple Snail eggs growing on the bank of nearby rice fields
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