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Just curious: Small, tight grouping of beige eggs

St. Louis, MO(Zone 6a)

Tonight I found a small grouping of tiny, beige colored eggs on the front side of a leaf on my Meyer Lemon tree. They brushed off very easily, and I only found them on one leaf. I'm not too worried, just curious what you think they might be. Sorry for the bad picture, it was dusk when I took it. I was hoping to use the DG bugfiles to identify, but found that if I don't know what they are called, it's not very user friendly. Thanks!!

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mid central, FL(Zone 9a)

could have been a good insect or a bad...stink bugs, katydids....the list is pretty much endless.

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