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Lacewing eggs

Family: Chrysopidae


Clump of tiny oval eggs on stiff hair-like bristles attached at equal intervals from each other, to a leaf of a Callistemon ( bottle brush) bush. Individual eggs would be less than 1mm. The stalk plus egg would be about 10mm long


garden - Callistemon bush


Lacewings are a natural pest control so, it's good to have these in your garden.. They obviously tend to have a go at each other as well - one larva can eat the other once they hatch hence the eggs are attached to stalks to prevent this for happening !!

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Anurag 9 years ago

Inspiring data. Learned a lot.

Atul 9 years ago

lovely spotting and info as well!

Leuba Ridgway
Leuba Ridgway 9 years ago

Thanks Gerardo !

Gerardo Aizpuru
Gerardo Aizpuru 9 years ago

Grate shots!

Leuba Ridgway
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Leuba Ridgway

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Spotted on Mar 22, 2012
Submitted on Mar 22, 2012

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