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Eurydema oleracea - Eggs  Eggs,Eurydema,Eurydema oleracea,Hemiptera,Heteroptera,Jane's garden,Ovae,Pentatomidae,Strachiini,nl: Koolschidwants Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

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  1. The structure and design of each egg is incredible. The near exactness of the pattern from one egg to the next is mind-blowing. Posted one year ago
    1. Yes - it makes them quite recognizable, which is convenient for ID (not always a given with eggs) :o) Posted one year ago
  2. They look as if peyote-stitch bead wrapped! Posted one year ago
    1. I'm sure they ARE, but the beads are just too small for my camera ;o) Posted one year ago
      1. obviously, No. .0013 charlottes ;~) Posted one year ago
        1. Ahw - good to know - I'll take note! Thanks for the expert addition of info!!
          Cheers! Arp
          Posted one year ago
  3. You're a true master Arp. Posted one year ago
    1. Ahw, thanks Paul ;o) Posted one year ago
  4. Wonderful photo P4B Posted one year ago
    1. Thanks Mark - good to see some recent images from your turf too!
      Cheers, Arp
      Posted one year ago
      1. I just got a camera again so back into it. ;-) Posted one year ago
      2. ..after I work out how to use it ;-)
        Posted one year ago
        1. Yes, that helps :o) Posted one year ago

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''Eurydema oleracea'' is a species of shield bug in the Pentatomidae family and is commonly known as the rape bug, the crucifer shield bug, the cabbage bug or the brassica bug.

Similar species: True Bugs
Species identified by Pudding4brains
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By Pudding4brains

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Uploaded May 25, 2020.