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Stink Bug eggs?

Stink Bug eggs?
SRER, Santa Rita Mountains, Pima County, Arizona, USA
July 26, 2013
Can you tell if these are stink bug eggs? They seem to lack the concentric circles I see on most others. Thank you. Please feel free to frass if you feel they don't add anything to the BG.
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Moth eggs
I'm not sure which moth, exactly, but a few have cylindrical eggs like this, and as you say they lack the circular "lid" that stink bug eggs have. Also stink bugs, as far as I know, always lay tight clusters of up to a dozen or so. At full resolution you can also see some scales from the female's abdomen that have rubbed off on some of the eggs.

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