Native to China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan, the stink bug is believed to have taken refuge on a ship traveling to the United States. While it is unclear exactly when it arrived, according to Penn State College of Agricultu... More »

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The brown marmolated stink bug came to the country from southeast Asia. It is believed the bug sought refuge on a cargo ship transporting goods to the United States. More »

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Bed bugs are not carried by humans, but rather by people's belongings; people usually inadvertently pick them up in luggage or furniture and move them around. Therefore, contrary to popular belief, cleanliness and hygien... More »

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The brown marmolated stink bug came to the country from southeast Asia. It is believed the bug sought refuge on a cargo ship transporting goods to the United States. More »

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While found throughout the Empire State, the stink bug is not native to New York. According to the Pennsylvania State University College of Agricultural Sciences, the stink bug is native to China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan... More »

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The Kousa dogwood tree is native to China, Korea, Japan and Taiwan, and while it appears flowers that arrive in profusion in the late spring, they are actually bracts. These bracts surround the tree's actual flowers, whi... More »

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The stink bug family name, Pentatomids, comes from the Greek words “pente” and “tomos,” which means "five sections." The stink bug has a wide shield-like body with a triangular scutellum (the area where the wings attach)... More »

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