I bought ladybugs and release those. 2 weeks later I have some eggs
on the underside of my tomato leaves. Could these be ladybug eggs? I
googled (image search) them, and they look like them, except they
aren't yellow. Mine are more whitish.
They don't look like the aphid eggs google came up with, so that is
good. They are a bunch of eggs all clustered together. Any ideas? Do I
leave them be and see what becomes of them??? Or do I squash em?
Upload it to http://www.tinypic.comand post a link.
Instructions are on the website. That is how I personally do it most of
the time. ;-)
Another thing would be to put the leaf in a jar. Put some fine fabric
over the top and close it with a canning ring, then see what hatches out.
Ok, I'm no eggspert (and await the opinion of other posters) but those
look too big to be ladybug eggs to me.
Personally, I'd jar them and await the hatchlings. I know what baby
ladybirds look like! <g>
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