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The egg is pink and rather clear, with minutely granular yolk. It is small; Sars (1845) records 50 microns for the egg diameter of a European form of this species, and diameters ranging between 56 and 78 microns are reported by McIntosh (1900) at St. Andrews, N. B.

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