From microscopic wasp eggs, to beetle eggs the size of a blueberry, and everything in between
Want to explore egg diversity? Check out the plot below Check out our preprint article that describes how this database was made
Eggs are arranged by their size and shape Wide, flat eggs are on the left, and long, skinny eggs are on the right Hover over a point to see the source, and for larger points you can see an example image And try clicking the axes labels or color options to compare other egg features
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This visualization was authored by Samuel H. Church and Milo S. Johnson, data collected in collaboration with Seth Donoughe, Bruno A. S. de Medeiros, and Cassandra G. Extavour.