Entomology (Study of Bugs)/cocoons-eggs ??



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I live in the middle of  Canada which has some very cold temps. as this winter is.  I found this tiny cluster of round cocoons or whatever. They're on a wall (corner) in a unheated garage.  I just found them tonight.  Would you be so kind as to tell me what they are.
Thanks, and have a great day !!


Hi Randy
I believe that these are eggs of some kind most likely insect eggs since they appeared suddenly. Unfortunately insect eggs look much alike. Put them in a closed container and warm them up and see what hatches then send me a photo. I am sure I can identify the hatchling.
I cannot explain what bugs are doing in these cold conditions.

It just occurred to me that the Marmolatted stink bugs seek shelter in winter and some do lay brown eggs

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