True Bug Eggs

January 19, 2011 | Armonia Nature Preserve, Limon Province, Costa Rica

I found this row of eggs on the underside of a small log that was laying on the ground. They look like they belong to a true bug (order Hemiptera) of some sort. Here’s a closer look.

Closeup look | Each egg measures about 1mm

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One Response to True Bug Eggs

  1. I’ll bet Pentatomoidea of some kind. Cool detail around the edge of the operculum.

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