Stink bugs are often attracted to homes in the autumn because they are seeking a warm place to spend the winter. Because they are attracted to light, it is best to keep porch lights off at night and to draw the shades. D... More »

Stink bugs infest a house by entering through cracks and small openings or voids, usually in the late summer, according to Orkin. The bugs enter homes at this time because they are seeking shelter from the winter months,... More »

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To exterminate stink bugs, remove weeds, cover garden plants, drown adult bugs, crush egg clusters, spray remaining bugs with pesticide, and place a residual protectant around the landscape perimeter. The supplies you ne... More »

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Stink bugs, also known as shield bugs, appear similar because of the flat, shield-like shape of their bodies. There are several species of stink bugs, each with its own unique markings. More »

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Stink bugs are a type of brown or gray insect with shield-shaped bodies that have large scent glands, which produce a specific odor and are located on the bug's abdomen and underside of the thorax. Stink bugs often feed ... More »

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Stinkbugs stink because they release an unpleasant odor to deter predators. The odor comes from a foul-smelling liquid that is secreted by glands located on the insect’s thorax. This liquid spreads the odor to any animal... More »

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Stink bugs are capable of flying. The most skilled fliers of these insects are the more mature stink bugs. Mature stink bugs grow to be no more than 2 centimeters long. More »

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