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Old 06-21-2008, 01:21 AM   #1
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help me figure out what it is

okay i found two of these black thing sitting in my sand what is it
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Looks like a Japanese beetle.
Would need a much closer pic to even take a guess.
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okay i found two of these black thing sitting in my sand what is it
its kinda like an egg
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Japanese beetle egg?

So it's kinda hard and doesn't have a visible foot or opening? Just trying to get a little more info...
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it looks like it could have an opening on the darker part of the end
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What does the underneath look like? I think it might be a bug that fell into the tank....
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its not a bug its a oval shaped sac or egg
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