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Are these eggs of any sort? [a: not bed bug eggs]

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  1. ethebaba

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    https://www.flickr.com/photos/156620961@N07/26802527597/in/dateposted-public/https://www.flickr.com/photos/156620961@N07/26802528157/in/dateposted-public/

    Are these any sort of eggs? I found a bunch of them (about 30ish) on my desk while cleaning. I'd say less than 1mm in length. Slightly yellowish.

    Have history of booklice, but unsure if there are other bugs around. Please dont let these be eggs

    Appreciate any help

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    I am just posting to get notification of reply because I have seen something similar to the one on the green fabric background.

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    ethebaba - 3 hours ago  » 
    Are these any sort of eggs? I found a bunch of them (about 30ish) on my desk while cleaning. I'd say less than 1mm in length. Slightly yellowish.
    Have history of booklice, but unsure if there are other bugs around. Please dont let these be eggs
    Appreciate any help

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    From those pictures, I'd say not eggs.

  6. ethebaba

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    loubugs - 4 hours ago  » 
    From those pictures, I'd say not eggs.

    thank you sir.

    not even booklice eggs?

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    ethebaba - 35 minutes ago  » 

    loubugs - 4 hours ago  » 
    From those pictures, I'd say not eggs.

    thank you sir.
    not even booklice eggs?

    I'd have to say no. Keep them in a small vial or container on slightly damp paper towel and see if anything hatches.

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    Did you find these near an open window or door, or have an indoor plant near by? They look like flower seeds to me. I'm no bug expert, but I do love to garden lol. I'd put them in a damp paper towel inside a ziplock bag and leave it on your windowsill for a bit, hopefully a couple will sprout and put your mind at ease. (depending on the plant this could take a day, or weeks) The ziplock will keep seeds warm, but also keep anything contained if they turn out to not be seeds.


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