Pentatomidae eggs and nymphs - part II
Other Pentatomidae eggs and first instar nymphs I've found in a late afternoon a couple of days earlier. They were attached to a single grass leaf very close to the ground and I preferred to leave them there; the background is a little bit busy though.
Some nymphs moved a little bit during the stack.
52 natural light exposures at ISO 200.
Nikon D7000, Nikon PB-6 belllows and Schneider Componon-S 80/4 lens.