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Neuropteran eggs on pine needle?

Neuropteran eggs on pine needle?
Raleigh, near Rts 50 and US 70, Wake County, North Carolina, USA
November 6, 2009
Size: about 1/4 inch apart
I happened to see these loblolly pine needles (7.5 inches long) hanging from an old spider's web in the woods. These look like lacewing eggs spaced about a quarter inch apart along the needle. Does the flattened shape mean they have already hatched?

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Green lacewing eggs
Yes, the flattened ones have hatched. The black one may have been parasitized.