|Squash Bug Eggs: Gary Pilarchik|
|Hatched Squash Bugs: Gary Pilarchik|
|A Bit More Mature Squash Bug: Gary Pilarchik|
Above are freshly hatched squash bugs. Below are additional squash bug eggs I found as I found the hatchlings. The point is you have to look for eggs over, probably, a two week period. I don't know the cycle of squash bug reproduction but is possible eggs can show up anytime. Anyone know?
|More Squash Bug Eggs I Found as I Found Hatchlings: Gary Pilarchik|
The best way to dispose of the squash bug hatchlings is to look for them and smash them. I am sure they make snacks for other insects. You should move your plant and rotate the leaves and make it more difficult for them to hide.
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