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Learn more facts about stink bugs here. For more info to control, prevent and eradicate stink bugs, head-over to http://www.stinkbugssecrets.com/what-are-stink-bugs/

Learn more facts about stink bugs here. For more info to control, prevent and eradicate stink bugs, head-over to http://www.stinkbugssecrets.com/what-are-stink-bugs/

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  • Information About Stink Bugs By http://www.StinkBugsSecrets.com
  • Intro
    • The stink bugs are from the insecta class and hemiptera order.
    • The adult bugs have 4 wings and they are mostly recognized through their plate like shield on their back; because of this, they are also nicknamed ‘shield bugs.’
    • These bugs have colors ranging from green to brown and they have a long sucking mouth part that is in place between the legs.
  • Stink Bugs Are Pest
    • The diets of these bugs are fruits (i.e. apples, tomatoes and peas) and vegetables (i.e. cabbage).
    • Their long and hard mouth piece allows them to suck the juices of these plants and after finishing their meal, these bugs will leave discoloration mark on the fruits and vegetables making them unsellable.
    • These bugs will release a foul smelling odor when they are mishandled or feel they are under threat.
    • A liquid squeezed from the glands behind the abdomen is responsible for this foul smell. If you smash these bugs, the foul odor will also be released.
    • The bugs’ ability to release this stinky smell is part of their natural defense against predators when they sense danger.
    • Please be forewarned that if you smash a stink bug and the foul odor is released, this foul odor will attract more stink bugs to the same place.
    • This is the natural behavior of these bugs. So do think twice before you crush or smash one of these bugs.
    • Among all of this stink bugs, perhaps the most famous and most irritating ones are the brown marmorated stink bugs.
    • These bugs are not native to the United States of America and were accidentally brought-in in the 90s to Pennsylvania.
    • After arriving here, these bugs have caused massive crops damages and have been spreading rapidly to other states.
    • Their presence here is expected to be long as researchers and scientists are still struggling to find an effective method to deal with them.
  • For more info to control, prevent and eradicate stink bugs, head-over to:- http://www.StinkBugsSecrets.com