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Eggs of the harlequin cabbage bug
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The Two-Toned Beauty of Harlequin Bug Eggs: These tiny black-and-white cylinders each host a life-sucking insect.

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Eggs of the harlequin cabbage bug

Eggs of the harlequin cabbage bug

Eggs of the harlequin cabbage bug

A Beautiful Collection of Insects - In Focus - The Atlantic: Harlequin bug eggs, Murgantia histrionica, a common pest of brassicas, these were raised by the Weber USDA lab at Beltsville, Maryland. (CC BY USGS/Sam Droege)

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Stink bug eggs. Brightfield illumination microscopy by Haris Antonopoulos
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rhamphotheca: A cluster of stink bug eggs (photo by Haris Antonopoulos from Athens, Greece) (via: Olympus BioScapes Digital Imaging Competition)

Stinkbug eggs: Amateur photographer Haris S. Antonopoulos found these eggs on top of a mountain near Athens, Greece

Extraordinary Microscope Photographs: SIXTH PLACE - Specimen: Stinkbug eggs.

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Stink bug eggs. Brightfield illumination microscopy by Haris Antonopoulos

Stink bug eggs.  Brightfield illumination microscopy by Haris Antonopoulos
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Long-winged Derbid Planthopper (Derbidae)
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Many stick insects are incredibly skinny, but the Malaysian stick insect or jungle nymph lays the largest eggs of all insect species. This rainforest bug lays eggs that measure an incredible 9 millimeters (0.35 in) in length and 6 millimeters (0.25 in) in width.
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Stick insects are amazing. We hear about them in nature documentaries, see them in bug zoos, and may even purchase them as pets---possibly without understa

Many stick insects are incredibly skinny, but the Malaysian stick insect or jungle nymph lays the largest eggs of all insect species. This rainforest bug lays eggs that measure an incredible 9 millimeters (0.35 in) in length and 6 millimeters (0.25 in) in width.

Many stick insects are incredibly skinny, but the Malaysian stick insect or jungle nymph lays the largest eggs of all insect species. This rainforest bug lays eggs that measure an incredible 9 millimeters (0.35 in) in length and 6 millimeters (0.25 in) in width.
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INSECTS EGGS | Eggs: London (September 2010) © Tristan Bantock
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N London (AP) - on white poplar

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INSECTS EGGS | Eggs: London (September 2010) © Tristan Bantock

INSECTS EGGS | Eggs: London (September 2010) © Tristan Bantock

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INSECTS EGGS | Jun 18, 2004 at 03:19 AM

INSECTS EGGS | Jun 18, 2004 at 03:19 AM

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oh my gosh.the egg shells look like they've been eating my dyed wool pieces!

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Emerging from these rocket-like cases are Cabbage White butterfly larvae. Upon hatching, the caterpillars will eat their eggshells before wreaking havoc on the host cabbage plant.

Therea petiveriana, variously called the "desert cockroach", "seven-spotted cockroach" or "Indian domino cockroach", is a species of crepuscular cockroach.  Insecta, phylum arthropoda, order Blattodea

Therea petiveriana, variously called the "desert cockroach", "seven-spotted cockroach" or "Indian domino cockroach", is a species of crepuscular cockroach found in southern India. They are members of a basal group within the cockroaches.

Cicadae Parasite Beetle (Rhipiceridae) One of my favorite Flickr accounts to follow is Singapore-based photographer Nicky Bay (previously) who ventures into some of the most ecologically diverse (ie. creepiest and crawliest) places in the world to shoot macro photos of insects, arachnids, and fungi

Macro Photographs of Singapore's Most Unusual Insects and Arachnids by Nicky Bay

Macro Photographs of Singapore’s Most Unusual Insects and Arachnids by Nicky Bay Cicadae Parasite Beetle (Rhipiceridae)

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These enigmatic animals are nature's biggest show offs with their striking colours and enthralling patterns often helping attract potential partners while also scaring off predators.

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Some cool insect eggs on the underside of a Japanese knotweed leaf.

The Picasso Bug is one of the most beautiful true bugs out there. It really does look like Picasso himself did the artwork on this bug's back!

The world is filled with beautiful creatures. These are 5 of the most beautiful bugs on the planet that you've probably never heard of before!

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The cone-headed katydid may look a little funky, but don't underestimate this little guy's strength! You can see this omnivorous insect, plus many more, at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History.

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