Eggs on my currants?
Hi there. If this were my plant I would take the leaves off and secure them in a container and wait until they hatch to try and ID them. It is difficult to identify bug eggs. Seeing what laid them or what hatches is a better bet. Immature bugs might be difficult to ID also but I would rather try than leave these potentially harmful to your currant eggs where they are. If determined to be a good bug you could always then release them. When they hatch bring them to the Benton County Extension Office to the Master Gardener desk. It is located at 4077 SW Research Way in Corvallis. Call to make sure a Master Gardener is on duty first. 541-766-6750, hours are M-F from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.