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Re: Slug Eggs

How much do we know about the life cycle of gatrden slugs? Are the eggs
laid primarily this trime of year, or all year round? Do the eggs
overwinter, or do they hatch now? And what about the adults?


At 08:38 PM 10/24/00 -0700, you wrote:
>I remember reading someone's post about how they lay the eggs in clusters.
>These clusters are about 14-20 eggs per 'laying' and they aren't all on the
>plants. They are laying them under leaves and near logs, etc. I lifted a log
>and found a bunch of them and did kill them. I like your idea of dropping
>them into soapy water. That would save lots of time. Just gotta get to the
>eggs before they hatch.
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