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Leaf-footed Bug nymphs

Leptoglossus sp.

Description:

Newly-hatched nymphs with their eggs. The eggs were laid in a straight line and had openings where the bugs had gotten out. Species is most likely oppositus or fulvicornis, but not sure.

Habitat:

On vinyl siding above back patio door, in shade.

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Mandy Hollman
Spotted by
Mandy Hollman

Georgia, USA

Spotted on Apr 27, 2012
Submitted on Apr 28, 2012

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