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  • Writer's pictureSylvia Meller

Long Winged Cone head , Conocephalus fuscus, laying eggs

While out on a beach walk I found a Long Winged Cone-head , Conocephalus fuscus, female laying eggs into a dead plant stem. This is why it is important to keep your garden 'untidy', with lots of dead plant material standing over the winter. So many insects are laying their eggs into these to overwinter before hatching in springtime

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