Waushacum algae pods?

I think these are algae spore pods, though some self appointed experts claim they are fish eggs. Funny, though, that I took these pics in mid to late August. Judging from all the smallfry kivers and bass I spotted in June, when I first went out testing the underwater cameras, I am pretty confident the fish had already spawned then. More photos and clarification to come.
Waushacum algae podMore Waushacum algae


Author: iamacat

Writer Having studied Japanese and other non-roman alphabet using languages, I appreciate the particular frustrations of language learners in the computer world. I enjoy helping people get their multilingualization going, no matter what operating system or desktop environment they happen to be in. Being an open source enthusiast, I push uim and anthy without reservation in *nix environments. Although lately, ibus has made things easy in modern Linux distributions, to the point of making much of these old posts moot.

2 thoughts on “Waushacum algae pods?”

  1. Just this week, August 2010, I found similar jelly-like balls on the lake bottom here in Upstate New York. I found one large one, about 6″ diameter and two smaller ones nearby. Didn’t make an effort to look further. There may e more. These were in 3 feet of water depth.
    Did you ever find out what they are? Animal? Plant? ??

  2. I found one of these that looked just like the picture, but bigger. I thought it was fish eggs and i wanted to know which kind

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