What bug will this be?

johnboy 8 January 2012 12

bug eggs

Cocopops seeks the wisdom of the hive mind and has sent in this picture with the following query:

Wondering if any rioters know what eggs these are?

I’ve found them on clothes, in my peg basket in the bathtoom etc.

Tried google but no luck.


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harley harley 10:23 pm 09 Jan 12

Katy’s worn out Ben Wa balls.

They’re green for a reason.

Morgan Morgan 9:57 pm 08 Jan 12

Send them to the Australian Museum in Sydney, they have identified insects for me in the past and are very helpful

Paulanski Paulanski 8:31 pm 08 Jan 12

Most of these comments are not very helpful.

Some of you should turn over a new leaf.

eily eily 7:11 pm 08 Jan 12

So what sort of tree is it?

A ham?

(Bad I know but I just couldn’t help it.)

eily eily 7:07 pm 08 Jan 12

Er…green?

Waiting For Godot Waiting For Godot 4:36 pm 08 Jan 12

This is how Swiss balls begin before they grow to maturity and are posted to gyms or sold at Rebel Sport 🙂

poetix poetix 4:33 pm 08 Jan 12

AsparagusSyndrome said :

OK Here we go! This is my VERY FIRST comment on RiotACT!!!!

So, let’s make it a good one then… I must make the most of this important opportunity:

I believe these eggs are little caviars. But it’s strange. There’s just two of them, and they’re not red or black like the ones in tins. I think they’re laid by great big fish, called sturgeons. But I’m not an expert. But I am wondering how a sturgeon got up on your tree like that. Might have happened in the recent rain.

Hooray! I’ve done it. I’ve made my first comment !!! WHOOO-HOOOOO !!!! I’m so happy!

Sighs. Lights cigar. Drinks single malt. ‘Ah my dear, you’d be amazed at how soon one becomes accustomed to the feeling…’

AsparagusSyndrome AsparagusSyndrome 4:01 pm 08 Jan 12

OK Here we go! This is my VERY FIRST comment on RiotACT!!!!

So, let’s make it a good one then… I must make the most of this important opportunity:

I believe these eggs are little caviars. But it’s strange. There’s just two of them, and they’re not red or black like the ones in tins. I think they’re laid by great big fish, called sturgeons. But I’m not an expert. But I am wondering how a sturgeon got up on your tree like that. Might have happened in the recent rain.

Hooray! I’ve done it. I’ve made my first comment !!! WHOOO-HOOOOO !!!! I’m so happy!

Deref Deref 3:53 pm 08 Jan 12

poetix said :

If you get a good magnifying glass, you will see a hilarious slogan such as “have a bouncing good Christmas” on each one. This is how they grow the novelty gift balls. Should be ready by next Christmas.

😀 Good one!

dungfungus dungfungus 2:07 pm 08 Jan 12

It has already hatched and the larva is definitely male.

poetix poetix 1:34 pm 08 Jan 12

If you get a good magnifying glass, you will see a hilarious slogan such as “have a bouncing good Christmas” on each one. This is how they grow the novelty gift balls. Should be ready by next Christmas.

MissGen MissGen 12:57 pm 08 Jan 12

Looks alot like butterfly eggs ….. occasionally they will be laid by passing flutterers when you have clothes hanging outside on a line. Having said that though, lots of bugs lay bright green eggs.
http://www.kathyw.org/wildlife/butterflies-and-moths/tailed-emperor-butterfly-images
And apparently Stink Bugs lay bright green eggs as well.
Not an expert though – so don’t quote me on it if you end up with some face-hugger style alien in your home!

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