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Shufeldtii mini crayfish (Cambarellus shufeldtii) with eggs, from a private collection.

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Shufeldtii mini crayfish (Cambarellus shufeldtii) with eggs, from a private collection.

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Marbled crayfish (Procambarus virginalis) with eggs from a private collection.

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Marbled crayfish (Procambarus virginalis) with eggs from a private collection.

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A female critically endangered fairy shrimp (Branchinecta mediospinosa) wild caught near Cheyenne Bottoms, Kansas releases her eggs.

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San Diego fairy shrimp (Branchinecta sandiegonensis) at Kansas University. The female, above, is carrying eggs.
Listed as federally endangered in the US.

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Packard’s fairy shrimp (Branchinecta packardi) at the Kansas University. Shown is a female carrying eggs (lower right) along with two males.

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A female Turkestan cockroach (Shelfordella lateralis) with eggs at the Moscow Zoo.

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A female Turkestan cockroach (Shelfordella lateralis) with eggs, at the Moscow Zoo.

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A collection of eggs from the University of Nebraska State Museum.

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Majorcan or Mallorcan midwife toad (Alytes muletensis) carrying eggs on back legs at the London Zoo.

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Majorcan or Mallorcan midwife toad (Alytes muletensis) carrying eggs on back legs at the London Zoo.

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Left handed whelk (Busycon contrarium) eggs from Gulf Specimen Marine Laboratories.

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Left handed whelk (Busycon contrarium) eggs from Gulf Specimen Marine Laboratories.

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Tulip shell (Fasciolaria tulipa), with eggs from Gulf Specimen Marine Laboratories.

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Tulip shell (Fasciolaria tulipa), with eggs from Gulf Specimen Marine Laboratories.

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Tulip shell (Fasciolaria tulipa), with eggs from Gulf Specimen Marine Laboratories.

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Tulip shell (Fasciolaria tulipa), with eggs from Gulf Specimen Marine Laboratories.

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Andaman Island stick insect (Sceptrophasma hispidula) from the Plzen Zoo in the Czech Republic. This species lays its seed-like eggs on the bodies of others of its kind.

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Texas giant walking sticks (Megaphasma dentricus) mating with eggs behind, at the Dallas Zoo.

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A giant water bug (Abedus herberti) at the Point Defiance Zoo.

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A giant water bug (Abedus herberti) at the Point Defiance Zoo.

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Giant water bugs (Abedus herberti) at the Point Defiance Zoo.

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Giant water bugs (Abedus herberti) at the Point Defiance Zoo.

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A group of fisherman cleaning lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) at Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho.

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A wild turkey nest (Meleagris gallopavo) near Dunbar, Nebraska.

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A pregnant, female Australian velvet gecko (Oedura monilis) from a private collection.

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A pregnant, female Australian velvet gecko (Oedura monilis) from a private collection.

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An egg mass with developing tadpoles of a glass frog species, possibly Cochranella flavopuctata, near Limon, Ecuador.

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The nest of an Attwater’s prairie-chicken at a captive breeding facility.

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At the Eagle Fish Hatchery in Idaho, biologists take blood and eggs from the nearly-extinct snake River Sockeye salmon.

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At the Eagle Fish Hatchery in Idaho, biologists take blood and eggs from the nearly-extinct snake River Sockeye salmon.

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The eggs of a least tern (endangered) blend in with their sandy background on the shore of Lake McConaughy.

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The nest of a captive female Attwater’s prairie-chicken (endangered.) Few of these eggs will hatch, and few of the surviving chicks will make it to adulthood.

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Salamander eggs form one gelatinous mass in the hands of a biologist. Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island, British Columbia.

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