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Another batch of Shield bug eggs found under the leaf of a Hibiscus (Rosemelow) tree.Shield bug eggs are quite speciaised and can be identified by their almost 'barrel' like shape and lids which pop open as the nymphs can't chew their way out. They are laid in tight, neat rows in an upright position on vegitation.
Diverse range across grassland and gardens.