For the next few months, the quahaugs will float on a sandy bed above the pond bottom. Ray Ewing

Tuesday, July 7, 2020

The seed quahaugs are poppy seed-sized versions of what they look like when full grown. The shells are purple striped, and the quahaugs have a tiny foot for movement. Once they have grown to about the size of a thumbnail they will be moved to the west arm of the pond to continue to grow.


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