This juvenile bug has a queer appearance. First of all, it is covered in tiny, blue-ish tufts. Secondly, there are two white ‘eggs’ along its midline. I’m not sure whether either of these structures are actually part of the bug, or if they are from an outside source – fungus/parasitoid.
There are no tufts on the eyes, and they appear rather uniform in distribution about the rest of the body, so they might be part of the bug. The ‘eggs’, on the other hand, look a bit more dangerous for this guy… It’s be cool to see a couple of wasp larva hatch out and burrow in.