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Little white eggs

sym

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Hi guys/girls.
So I've just been doing some enclosure maintenance and I've found some little white eggs on the underside of an artificial leave.. Anyone know what they are ?
I'm quessing cricket eggs?
As I can't think of anything else they could be..

Sym
 

R.NUTT

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Definitely not cricket eggs, they lay them in substrate, not to mention the substrate has to be just right for them. I highly doubt it's crickets when they need such specific requirements. I apologize if you don't mean silent or black crickets. Maybe a picture will help us :)
 
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sym

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Sorry about the picture the eggs are really small. Off white in colour.
 
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R.NUTT

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Just remove them then maybe contain them and see what hatches out? That way you'll always know what to look for in the future, and also they might contain something cool :D
 

Viscus

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Hello again Sym. I looked around at different bug eggs, and they look really close to moth eggs. I agree with Therasoid. You should hatch them, and find out!
 
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