Green lacewings are insects in the large family Chrysopidae of the order Neuroptera. It is interesting that lacewings are reared and sold as biological control agents of aphids, mites and scale insects in agriculture and gardens. The species found in our area is the Common Green Lacewing (Nothancyla verreauxi), which belong to subfamily Apochrysinae.Here are pictures of Green Lacewing Eggs, I found after half an hour search. The females Lacewings lay eggs singly or in small groups on stems or leaves near aphid colonies. Eggs are oval and pale green in color. Each egg is attached to the stem or leaf by about 1 cm long thread-like stalk. The eggs take about four days to hatch.
Common Green Lacewing (Nothancyla verreauxi)
Green Lacewing Eggs