Snail Eggs

I know I’ve blogged about the snails in our yard.  They don’t gross me out, I prefer that most of them not be here because they have killed some of my plants.

I was walking around the yard and noticing in shady spots around the yard we had many snail eggs.  I took it as a challenge to find groupings of the eggs and photograph them to share with you.

snail eggs under downspoutin compostunder bush

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2 Responses to Snail Eggs

  1. Pop pop says:

    Did this task require you to work at a snail’s pace?

  2. Barbara says:

    Wonder how long the eggs have been there? It takes two-four weeks for land snail eggs to hatch. Wouldn’t it be fun to witness that event?

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