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Photo#559675
Stick-protected egg or insect

Stick-protected egg or insect
Southernmost point of Staten Island, Richmond County, New York, USA
September 10, 2010
Size: 0.5 inch
Found on a spicebush leaf in a shaded area of the woods. This tiny collection of sticks was thoroughly stuck to the leaf surface, and standing upright. Could this be protecting an egg mass or pupal stage?

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Bagworm Moth
Maybe something in/near Psyche:


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