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Retail sale of eggs - traditional market
WOULD BE MOTHER
Lacewing Eggs in the Forest.
Pedersen Shrimp with Eggs about to Hatch
Cellar spider (Pholcus phalangiodes) with eggs
Physid snail embryos.
Pair of Glass Eggs
Red eye tree frog eggs
Salmon Eggs
Father Calling
Eggs Predation
Lined in Ranks for Die
A baby robin waits for its siblings to hatch near Seeley Lake, MT
My white eggs surrounded by all my browns in one 1939 shipping canister ready for mailing
Easter Eggs for Brady
Robin's Nest and Eggs in a Cannon
Snapping Turtle laying her eggs
A Lady's Life
Bird's nest with eggs
Diamonds in the Marsh
A honey bee worker checking on the eggs.
Painted Greenling Eggs on Zoanthids
Robin eggs in a Pansy planter on balcony.
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Lined in Ranks for Die

Eggs of Gulf fritillary are being attacked by a green lacewing larva, This larvae are of interest in economic entomology as they are also predators of other soft-bodied arthropods. have been effectively used in programs of the biological control.

TAGS: Colombia, Eggs, Micro

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Cali, Colombia
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Date Taken: 04.2016
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