Identifying Insect Eggs?

Found these eggs on a piece of sleeper wood lying in the yard. Anyone know what they might be? When rubbing one a turquoise colour liquid came out. The eggs are copper metallic in colour.
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August 19, 20190 found this helpful
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Get rid of all wood lying in the yard. The egg can be one of many insects. Termites and powderpost beetles do a lot of damage.

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August 19, 20190 found this helpful
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They look like either squash bug eggs or stink bug eggs.

Best to scrape them off into a bucket with hot water and a little dish soap to kill them and then dispose of the water away from the house.

Stink bugs are a basically harmless nuisance where I am but squash bugs can kill plants in your garden.

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