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Photo#218872
Eggs on White Pine needle - Gathering_2008 - Rocconota

Eggs on White Pine needle - Gathering_2008 - Rocconota
UT Field Station, Gatlinburg, Sevier County, Tennessee, USA
August 9, 2008
Not sure if these tiny, slightly unclear eggs can be ID'd....but would be nice to add to the list for UT.

Moved
Moved from Unidentified assassin bug eggs and nymphs.

Moved temporarily. The eggs in the picture look almost identical to the eggs I collected from a female R. annulipes.

Moved
Moved from True Bugs.

Reduviidae
I'm pretty sure these are assassin bug eggs--I can't think of a better match. The most similar eggs on BugGuide are probably:

 
I un-zoomed the photo to give a better perspective of size
I'll have to keep an eye out for life cycle postings of assassin bugs whose eggs have a black spot and cap. Thanks for the ID.

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