Nymph or egg ID?

cabezon

Sculpin Enterprises
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I believe that those are green algae. Note the wide range of diameters. The egg stages of any aquatic invertebrate or vertebrate would be more uniform in size. I do not know the species of algae here.

Steve
 

Taxon

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WFF Moderator
Hi Gyrfalcon2015-

Nice photos. However, in the future, please start a new thread when you are changing the subject.
 

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