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Unknown Eggs

Unknown Eggs
Montrose, Laurens County, Georgia, USA
October 3, 2009
Size: approx. 1 mm across (each
I found these just to the right of a rather small spider with her brood that apparently just hatched out. These don't look like spider egg cases to me, but, what do I know? Any info would be much appreciated.

Moved from ID Request.

Assassin bug eggs
like these

...I've never seen them lying on their side like that before.

[slap to the forehead]
Yes! You're right. I had a nagging feeling they looked familiar. And, they are definitely stuck to the leaf on their sides, which is probably why the lightbulb didn't come on. I have found quite a few of slightly varying sizes this past summer standing on end, per usual. Sorry about that.

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