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Photo#980438
Unknown eggs - Rocconota

Unknown eggs - Rocconota
Phiadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA
August 17, 2014
Size: 1.0-1.5mm in height
On underside of a leaf of unknown species. Any ideas on an ID

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What does that mean -"Removed
What does that mean -"Removed form ID Request"?

 
The pic was moved into the Guide.
See the string of terms above the image. Reading from right to left, you'll see that your image has been moved to "Unidentified assassin bug eggs and nymphs," which is under the family Reduviidae (Assassin Bugs), which is in the Infraorder Cimicomorpha, etc.

A specialist in assassin bugs may be able to take the ID further (the process doesn't stop when an image is moved).

 
Ken, Thanks for the good e
Ken,

Thanks for the good explanation. Do appreciate it.

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