Yes better picture would help. To me it looks like a leaffooted bug (family Coreidae) a common pest of many crops. Both adult and nymphs suck sap from different part of plants. The insect got its name because of small leaf-like enlargements on the hind leg. There are several species
Leptoglossus zonatus (has two yellow spots just behind the head (on the pronotum)
Leptoglossus clypealis ( has a thorn-like projection called a clypeus that extends forward from the tip of the head)
Leptoglossus occidentalis (has neither of these features)
Leptoglossus zonatus adult.
Leaffooted bug eggs are laid end to end in strands.
Leptoglossus clypealis adult
Leaffooted bug nymph.
Leptoglossus occidentalis adult.
Posted by: Dr. Ravishankar Narayana
Posted: November 30, 2016