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how can you tell insect eggs from seeds in soil

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Hmm. Insect eggs are rarely on view, and often tiny. Have you any pictures of some examples of whatever you're asking about? Insect eggs are so varied that it would be unusual to even notice them. Plant seeds are much easier! Phil

28 Oct, 2010


Perhaps you've seen slug / snail eggs? They're whitish, slightly transparent spheres that squish if squashed. Seeds tend not to squish. Hmmm... unless rotting....

28 Oct, 2010

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