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Pentatomidae Eggs


Each just a couple of mm in diameter, silver in appearance with pearlized caps. I believe these are Pentatomidae eggs, possibly of the Spined Soldier bug.


Found secured to the tip of Senecio serpens succulent.

No species ID suggestions


christinagca00 8 months ago

Nature is so amazing!

DanielePralong 11 months ago

Great spotting Ruth! We have a mission dedicated to eggs. where you'll find other images of Pentatomidae eggs:

maplemoth662 11 months ago

Beautiful eggs....

SukanyaDatta 11 months ago

These reminded me of the tiny metal portable bagatelle balls we used to play with as kids. Don't see the board game anymore...but the memory just came alive. Thank you!

Jan Cuales
Jan Cuales 11 months ago

they look beautiful!

NSW, Australia

Lat: -32.95, Long: 151.75

Spotted on Sep 20, 2017
Submitted on Feb 14, 2018

Spotted for mission

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