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Eggs of a unidentified species of lacewing. Each one of course is attached with a thin stalk to the eucalyptus tree Australia,Geotagged,Spring Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

Eggs of a unidentified species of lacewing.

Each one of course is attached with a thin stalk to the eucalyptus tree

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  1. I've never seen this many in a group - what an awesome find! Posted one year ago, modified one year ago
    1. Thank you Ruth.
      Yes usually there might be 20 or 30 , but not that many. She must have been busy for a while.
      Posted one year ago
  2. Woahhhh! Posted one year ago
  3. How cool! Posted one year ago

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Uploaded Feb 18, 2019. Captured Dec 10, 2017 15:53 in 50 Basham Beach Rd, Port Elliot SA 5212, Australia.
  • Canon EOS 700D
  • f/18.0
  • 1/256s
  • ISO3200
  • 55mm