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eggs?  - Microcentrum

eggs? - Microcentrum
Sierra Madre, California, USA
November 22, 2011
Size: 2.5 inches
I found this on my dry bath towel. I removed it using a tissue. A light yellow stain was left on the tissue. IT was very hard, almost like a pebble.

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Yes, angle-wing katydid eggs. Not a typical place to find them!

Reminds me of
something like this:

 
thank you!
There was one in my bathroom a few weeks back and I was unable to catch it to bring it outside. In the morning it wasn't there and assumed it found its way out. It obviously needed to lay its eggs while visiting.
Now that it has been identified I miss them! I wish that I didn't throw them into the toilet.

Thanks again for your assistance.
Nina

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