Note:  This is a new page created Feb., 2020. As it develops, we will try to show the diversity of the eggs and
larvae that you can find in the Big Thicket of East Texas. The shape and markings can be very interesting.
Probable Cottonwood Leaf Beetles Eggs, Adults were mating on same bushes
Assassin Bug Eggs
Assassin Bug Eggs
Ichneumon Wasp Cocoon
Leaf-footed Bug Egg
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Leaf Beetle
Assassin Bug
Assassin Bug
Ichneumon Wasp
Leaf-footed Bug
 
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Eggs & Larvae of the Big Thicket in East Texas
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Tortoise Beetle Larvae
Cottonwood Leaf Beetle Larvae
Brown Lacewing Larvae
Green Lacewing Debris Carrying Larvae
Groundselbush Beetle larvae
Prob. Syrphid Fly Larvae
Tortoise Beetle
Cottonwood Leaf Beetle
Brown Lacewing
Green Lacewing
Groundsel Bush Beetle
Prob. Syrphid Fly
Eggs & Egg Cases
Larvae
Cimbicid Sawfly
Net Winged Beetle Larvae
Dobsonfly Hellgrammite
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Sawfly
Net Winged Beetle
Dobsonfly