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Insect and Spider Identification
LoveForests Clearwater, FL (Zone 10a) These eggs are underneath a leaf from my Orange tree. They are extremely small and were layed in a very uniform pattern, and they appear to be black and possibly some are gray. Are these eggs from an annoying insect or ones from a nice insect? Sorry the photo is blurry, I will get a clear shot of them tomorrow night and post it here.
This message was edited Feb 24, 2012 8:17 PM
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LoveForests Clearwater, FL (Zone 10a) Ok, here are some better and clearer photos of the tiny eggs on a leaf of my fruit tree ...
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Flapdoodle Minot, ND Whatever they are, they've been heavily parasitized. Most appear to have exit holes made by emerging wasps, and a couple of very tiny wasps are visible at lower left.
LoveForests Clearwater, FL (Zone 10a) You're right, looks like tiny wasps or flies around them. Guess I will just get rid of any leaves that have these particular eggs on them.
Thank You for your reply :]
trackinsand mid central, FL (Zone 9a) possibly shield bug or stink bug eggs...there are many species of both though...can't narrow it down.
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