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When tryng to identify ladybug eggs, look for tiny, yellow, oval-shaped eggs that are laid upright in small clusters of 10-50. You can often find them on the underside of leaves. Ladybug larvae are somewhat flattened and elongated. They are covered with tiny spines and have large, sickle-shaped jaws. They will be blue-black in color and covered with orange spots. When you find ladybug eggs, larvae, or adults, it is important to use selective pesticides--if at all--so that you will not destroy one of nature's best forms of natural pest control.
I'd say the eggs in your pic are not Ladybugs at all!
I'd get rid of 'em!!
Not saying I know for sure what you have there, but it kinda looks like the eggs that hatch out to be those tiny green worms. They get on my hibiscus all the time, and I'm thinking that pic looks a whole lot like the ones I've killed.