White coloured C fuscata (Dusky Fingers). ID'd on the basis of features such as the forward-pointing triangular extensions on mid-lobes, lack of yellow on lip/tip of labellum, glands on back of dorsal sepal and underneath sepals and petals. However noted a lack of prominent red transverse stripes on and underneath the labellum. Other C. fuscata nearby displayed the stripes extending further up the lobes and underneath the labellum. Just a variation perhaps in this plant? 4 pics.
Comments from Martin Lagerwey: one nymph molting, the emerging nymph will be second instar and is entirely red for a few hours till its black markings appear. This group is a stink bug. I think it is the predatory stink bug based on the 'eyelashes' seen on the eggs. Two photos included with this observation.