As zero-inflated observations occur very often in studies on plant protection, models taking into account zero-inflated observations are frequently required. Especially, zero-inflated observations occur in large numbers for insects whose post-oviposition period lasts long, or that generally lay their eggs during the first clays of the oviposition period. For the data used in this study, 1114 (43.84%) of the 2541 observations were zero. In the selection of an appropriate regression model, zero-inflated negative binomial regression was chosen as the best model. In all regression models, the day of laying and the three different hosts were seen to have a significant effect on daily egg numbers (p < 0.01).