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Insect Eggs on Maple Tree - Arilus cristatus

Insect Eggs on Maple Tree - Arilus cristatus
Amelia County, Virginia, USA
December 25, 2011
Size: approx. size of usa dime
Found today on my Maple tree - the outer dark colored edge surrounding the egg pattern is sticky and the consistency of honey.
Can you identify the insect that laid these eggs?

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Looks like...
...Wheel Bug (Arilus cristatus) eggs to me.

 
Wheel Bug
Hello Ron,

Thank-you for your help, it looks like Wheel Bug is spot on. I've seen them around the yard before, very primitive looking.

I hope they all hatch and help with the Japanese beetle problems here.

Thanks again,
Don

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