The egg masses typically are groups of finger-like gelatinous masses containing a few to many eggs each often woven together and always attached to the ocean floor.
Figure. Left - Side view of an egg mass of a loliginid that has been pulled out of its anchor in the sand, found at low tide off San Felipe, Baja California. Note the root like anchors at the bottom of the picture. Photograph by Mike Lang. Right - Ventral views of a late embryo within the swollen egg chorion, and a recently hatched paralarva of Loligo pealeii. Photographed by Clyde Roper.
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