Insect Eggs - Knowledgebase Question

Oakland, CA (Zone 8B)
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Question by sasilve2002
May 28, 2005
Can you identify the egg

Answer from NGA
May 28, 2005
Insect egg clusters are really quite individual to specific insects. For instance, ladybugs lay a cluster of yellow, upright, barrel shaped eggs; European Corn Borer eggs are white and laid in masses on the undersides of leaves; Harlequin bugs lay barrel shaped white eggs with black rings. So, without seeing the eggs masses or having a complete description, it would be almost impossible to identify them. Sorry!

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