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Eggs on Ponderosa Pine - Cinara strobi

Eggs on Ponderosa Pine - Cinara strobi
Thompson Falls, Sanders County, Montana, USA
March 17, 2007
Size: around 2 mm

Thanks Charley.

Cinara strobi
See discussion here.

Moved from Frass.

you see what comes out of these, it looks like we won't be able to ID further; moving to frass.

I planned on keeping them until they hatched, but they ended up falling into a stump, and I couldn't get them out. So, I doubt I'll see what hatches.

What if we move them to
the unknown egg page? Never know when more images and info may come in.

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