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N. pavida egg - Leucochrysa pavida

N. pavida egg - Leucochrysa pavida
Liberty County, Texas, USA
July 29, 2017
Date is the date the photo was taken. Oviposition six days earlier, by captive adult posted previously. One eye is visible on the lower right. I'm not sure what the two smaller spots are, but all the eggs in this clutch seem to have them.

In the second pic, 22 hours later, dark lateral setae are showing clearly through the chorion.

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N. pavida egg - Leucochrysa pavida ~22 hours later - Leucochrysa pavida