It’s not good news if you see tiny black eggs on plant leaves. They can be a sign of incoming damage. Black eggs are the products of insects. They give eggs on the leaves. We are talking about eggs with a small size in black color. Maybe they belong to squash bugs, aphids, lace bugs or shield bugs. The size of the eggs is very small. You will often see eggs in 0.4 inch which are quite hard to realize. Eggs are placed in clusters or rows. Some eggs look striped or are held in plastic-like cups. According to Cornell University’s study, no more than 1 percent of common insects in the garden are damaging.
Tiny black eggs on plant leaves mainly are from some types of insects. We will list the insects whose eggs you often see in the garden.