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Subject: Egg Mass on Window
Location: Denver, Colorado
July 17, 2014 6:33 am
Good morning,
This morning I discovered an egg mass on the outside of one of our windows. Wondering what it might be? The closest I found was the Colorado Potato Beetle, but the eggs don’t look quite right. The mass is probably the size of a couple of quarters. The eggs are very small – pencil tip diameter, perhaps.
Signature: The Greens

Moth Eggs

Moth Eggs

Dear Greens,
These are Moth Eggs, most likely those of a Tiger Moth or those of a Giant Silkmoth.  The links that we provided are not necessarily species found in Colorado, but rather they are used as examples from the respective families.

Thanks!  We’re experiencing a Miller Moth invasion!!  Maybe that’s it…  Thanks!!

We do not believe these are Miller Moth eggs.

What's That Bug? does not endorse extermination
Location: Denver, Colorado

One Response to Moth Eggs

  1. Debbie says:

    What bugs lays tiny orange eggs on material

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