Worm Watch Lab Talk
this video wouldn't stop - just kept playing over and over - couldn't mark the eggs accurately
Is that an egg at about 10s or a live birth or something else?
7 new eggs - most I've seen for a while,
well, I'll be darned - actually a worm laying eggs in the usually blank clip.
Darn! missed two right at the end by clicking next too fast
I would count three as well.
Is this a baby leaving an egg? I thought it took many hours for an egg to develop into a baby.
extra thick agar?
egg laid while coiled at about 16s
eggs laid while moving backward at 29.5s
the natural semi-transparent worm with some of its computer dressing missing.
Quia, that is odd isn't it? my first thought was an egg too.
Coolest-that's a good question for the discussion board
24 eggs present in this one-no new ones though
looks like egg appearing at 8s but it moves so must be baby crawling along side
eggs laid while moving backward, It can be done, contrary to something I read.
dumb question - of course it is 5
5 eggs at once - does it count as one egg laying or 5?
motor impairment. leaves interesting pattern in the gel
Quia, we agreed on this one
what is the black spot that moves with the worm?
the way to go back is to click on the video at the end and it will repeat, allowing you a second or third chance.
enough to make a worm watcher sea sick
what in the heck is that?
more kinking and coiling
kinking and coiling
a worm with spasms
I think the odd eggs are the baby crawling next to the adult
Ian, is the dark spot a dead worm?
this worm swings from side to side but seems to have trouble going forward. I've seen it several times before.
Why do the worms avoid certain areas?
as well she should be!
sudden movements as if in pain?
Wow! what a lot of eggs! 20 by my count and she can still move!!
cuddling an egg
do you suppose it is a curled baby worm? I saw 2 in one video.
a strange sliding finish
she is really annoyed by what appears to be an egg inside