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Brown marmorated stink bug recently hatched young clustered on egg mass. - Halyomorpha halys

Brown marmorated stink bug recently hatched young clustered on egg mass. - Halyomorpha halys
Hedgesville, Berkeley County, West Virginia, USA
July 31, 2010
Recently hatched young clustered on egg mass.

Images of this individual: tag all
Brown marmorated stink bug fresh eggs  - Halyomorpha halys Brown Marmorated Stink Bug - first stages of hatching  - Halyomorpha halys Brown Marmorated Stink Bug - 10 minutes into hatching - Halyomorpha halys Brown marmorated stink bug recently hatched young clustered on egg mass. - Halyomorpha halys Brown marmorated stink bug recently hatched young clustered on egg mass. - Halyomorpha halys

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The easiest way to link images is when you post them
Click on an image you have already submitted and then click on Add Image. All the information from the first post will automatically appear. You can simply change anything that is different and submit and the images will automatically be linked. "Link" is reserved here on bugGuide for multiple images of the same individual, which is why you notice we did not link all your images together, but only those which seemed to be the same egg cluster.

Sorry for all the notes,
but forgot to say that we linked them together as best we could based upon the egg pattern and the leaf veins. It looks to us as though you have four different egg clusters pictured. This one with five images. One with two images and then two individual egg cluster images. Would that be a correct interpretation? If not feel free to unlink them and link them correctly.

 
Yes, they are the same cluste
Yes, they are the same cluster. I didn't know that images could be linked. I will look for that.
I will edit the titles.
Thanks,

We linked them together
It would help if you edited the titles to reflect some of the information on time. You will notice if you hover your cursor over the thumbnails that the title appears along with the scientific name. Rather than have every hover say essentially the same thing, you can edit your titles to contain more interesting information. See what you think. Great series!

Are these all the same cluster?
Can they be linked together?

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