Bronze Beads

Have not even been lugging my camera to the lake on weekends.

This day, it was kind of sunny and nice so I put my macro lens on my iPhone and took a walk about.

I found these eggs (mostly empty) on the underside of a magnolia leaf. Looked up what they are and they say it is a type of Leptoglossus
Or I guess what they call a "leaf
Footed bug." I do see adults like this on this very tree so that makes sense.

I wonder if they are from last year? If not, why did they hatch in winter?

Other pics of them
http://365project.org/espyetta/album-2/2016-02-07

http://365project.org/espyetta/album-3/2016-02-07

http://365project.org/espyetta/album-4/2016-02-07

Here is identification of the eggs
http://bugguide.net/node/view/102705
Great detail.
posted February 8th, 2016  
My first guess was right but then I knew you were all about the bugs! Wonderful close up images, MB!
posted February 8th, 2016  
A nice idea, nature's jewelry
posted February 9th, 2016  
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