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Which moths egg??
I think it's eggs of Lymantriidae. This form of eggs and colouring pattern are typical for Numenes disparilis Stgr. See my paper - Irina V. DOLINSKAYA , Igor G. PLJUSHCH SURFACE STRUCTURE OF THE EGGSHELL OF SOME VAPOURER MOTHS (Lepidoptera, Lymantriidae). Lambillionea, XCIX, 4, Decembre 1999. Download this paper on the ResearchGate
Wait for it to hatch, then observe it till it matures if nobody could ID this one from eggs.
Spotted on Feb 23, 2013 Submitted on Feb 24, 2013
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