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Eggs

Eggs
West of Benson, Bordering Cochise County, Arizona, USA
September 21, 2008
Size: About 1/2 inch in length
I would love to know who these eggs belong to. They are on one of my Desert Broom plants in our rural high desert (4,600') area
about six miles west of Benson, Arizona. I took a ruler out there after I looked at this picture and the grouping is about 1/2 inch in length.
We have a large variety of Grasshoppers and other insects here.

Stinkbug eggs, perhaps?
They remind me of Harlequin bug eggs, in particular (compare below):


 
Stinkbug Eggs
Sure look a lot like these and some of the others.
Thanks so much Hannah for your assistance.

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