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First image with adult about to depart, images 2, 3 & 4 of the last egg being deposited. Total of 14 eggs each approx 2.5 mm.
Hi Pam, thank you. You may well recognise a few of the other contributers on the site.
Wow great site Rob... wonder how I haven't seen that before. Great help for ID...
Hi Pam thanks. The day before I saw another, also 14 eggs, but unable to get any images worth useing. Now keeping an eye on both clutches to try any catch them emerging. Just mist this last year, also a clutch of 14 eggs.Can see herehttp://www.farangsgonewild.com/pentatomo...
wow, great series Rob.
Thank you Nayeli, Reza & LeeAnn, have many of these living in the garden.
OhMyGoodness! That is such a great discovery!
Wonderful series !
Wow cute pic!!
Thank you Narjess & Sukanya!
Lat: 18.79, Long: 98.98
Spotted on Apr 17, 2015 Submitted on Apr 18, 2015
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