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Photo#48190
Nymph predation (Cannibalism and Ant) - Arilus cristatus

Nymph predation (Cannibalism and Ant) - Arilus cristatus
Efland, Orange County, North Carolina, USA
April 16, 2006
Size: 5mm

Moved
Moved from Wheel Bug.

Looks like yet another insect
nestled right up against the base of the eggs on the right. What is that? Eggs that have fallen over?

 
Eggs
The eggs were knocked over or mislaid, when I first saw them in February.



Unless you mean the green - that is a sprig from the cedar that was stuck in the egg glue.

Ant ID
Can any one ID the Ant? About 1/2" long.

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