ladybug's eggs  by parisouailleurs

ladybug's eggs

Not sure about it. If one of you can tell me? thank you!
Interesting question. I am not sure. They could be ladybird eggs, but they are normally laid underneath the leaf. As are most butterfly eggs.
They could be non native Harlequin ladybird eggs, as they seem to break a lot of the normal rules.
If they are local, in your garden say, it’s probably easier to keep an eye on them, and see what comes out when they hatch. The caterpillars / larva are easier to identify.
Harlequin ones tend to be strange black and orange bugs.
July 2nd, 2022  
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