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Scentless Plant Bug eggs

Rhopalidae

Description:

About 2mm long. Found two clusters of three.

Habitat:

Deciduous hardwood forest

Notes:

These tiny insect eggs were on the underside of a piece of fallen bark. I flipped the bark over looking for Bark Beetles but found these eggs instead. User Walker at BugGuide has pointed out that these eggs look like Rhopalidae eggs. Spotted along Missouri trail. 20

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Nebraska, USA

Lat: 41.17, Long: -95.89

Spotted on May 12, 2013
Submitted on May 13, 2013

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