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Stink Bugs - Family Pentatomidae: Green stink bug adult, with triangular scutellum marked in blue.

What Makes Stink Bugs Stink?

Stink Bugs - Family Pentatomidae: Green stink bug adult, with triangular scutellum marked in blue.

Common stinkbugs: (clockwise from left) southern green stink bug, Acrosternum hilare; redshouldered stink bug, Thyanta pallidovirens; and consperse stink bug, Euschistus conspersus.

Common stinkbugs: (clockwise from left) southern green stink bug, Acrosternum hilare; redshouldered stink bug, Thyanta pallidovirens; and consperse stink bug, Euschistus conspersus.

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Green Stink Bugs (Nymphs) - acrylic paint on wood slices

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Nymph of Green Soldier or Stink bug is good at eating most anything plant-wise, but really enjoys black cherry, flowering dogwood, pine, highbush blueberries, apples, eggplants, tomatoes and much more. A more complete list of the green stink bug’s diet and a look at its life-cycle.

garden bugs i have known: knowledge is power

Nymph of Green Soldier or Stink bug is good at eating most anything plant-wise, but really enjoys black cherry, flowering dogwood, pine, highbush blueberries, apples, eggplants, tomatoes and much more. A more complete list of the green stink bug’s diet and a look at its life-cycle.

Southern Green Stink Bug http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/veg/bean/southern_green_stink_bug.htm

Southern Green Stink Bug http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/creatures/veg/bean/southern_green_stink_bug.htm

Side view of a green stink bug (Chinavia hilaris) perched on a shrub honeysuckle leaf. That is one lonnnnnnng proboscis tucked under there!

Side view of a green stink bug (Chinavia hilaris) perched on a shrub honeysuckle leaf. That is one lonnnnnnng proboscis tucked under there!

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