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Some eggs

Some eggs
Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina, USA
July 15, 2010
Size: approximately 1"
I found this on our window. They hatched by the next morning and I haven't seen any of the hatchlings. Anybody knows what it is?

Moved from ID Request.

Horse fly?
Reminds me of horse fly eggs, but those are usually in a more compact mass....

Thank you! I was really curio
Thank you! I was really curious:)

Actually, since they are prob
Actually, since they are probably likely some horsefly the choice for laying the eggs on our window seemed pretty poor: there is no water or moisture nearby. I was curious, why I did not find any larvea around. So looking at the place from closer, it looks like a crime scene: Probably one of our lizzard friends had a great feast on them and they never hatched.

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