Plague: Stink Bugs Spread To 40 States

Fresh sightings of the brown marmorated Stink Bug have been reported in 40 states.  The plague has begun.

Stink Bugs are named for the stink when squashed or crushed. Like rotten eggs, or garbage on a hot day.  Many think they bite, but they actually suck instead.

California, Connecticut, Idaho, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Ohio, Maine, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, New York, Nevada, North Carolina, Oregon, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming are all now reporting infestations.

Hailing originally from China, Japan and Korea each bug has the capacity to lay up to 30 eggs per nesting session.

Both live and dead stink bugs can be removed using a vacuum cleaner - however, the vacuum take on the stink permanently as the bugs are disintegrated.

The only known stink bug predator is a tiny parasitic wasp of the genus Trissolcus. They attack the eggs of the pest.


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