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Bluegill Spawning. Lake LaVerne in early June, 2021. The underwater grid-like pattern is a bluegill spawning and nesting area. The fish make "nests" and swim protectively in circles around their eggs until they hatch.
Submitted by: Trevor Riedemann, AMES LABORATORY OF US DOE on June 17, 2021
Tags: Lake LaVerne
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