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Biology/Natural History: Feeds on diatoms on eelgrass. Lacuna species hybridize readily and can be hard to distinguish. This species lays a small ring of eggs on eelgrass or kelp, in late spring/early summer around Rosario. The ring is greenish as first but becomes yellow as the eggs mature.


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Source: Invertebrates of the Salish Sea

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