Found on the bark of trees or other smooth surfaces such as rocks, outdoor furniture, vehicles and other surfaces.
About 1 inch long and a half to three-quarters of an inch wide.
Gray/brown, mud-like covering. Newly laid eggs can be shiny and look like they have a waxy coating that can become dry and cracked over time. Older egg masses may lose their covering and appear as four to seven columns of seed-like eggs, 30–50 eggs in total.