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Stink Bug Laying Areas
By Henry Moorecroft
Sunday, January 16, 2011
Category : Stink Bugs | 0 COMMENTS | 12556 VIEWS
Stink bugs commonly lay their eggs on the underside of plant leaves. Since stink bugs feed on low-growing food crops (or, less typically, on other bugs that feed on these types of vegetation), the areas where you’ll naturally find their eggs are the plants that they like to feed on. ... read more
Stink Bugs As A Delicacy?
By Henry Moorecroft
Monday, November 22, 2010
Category : Stink Bugs | 0 COMMENTS | 7693 VIEWS
Jumiles and chumiles – as well as most insects - are good sources of protein and are low in fat. Additionally, they supply vitamins B2 (riboflavin) and B3 (niacin) and contain a lot of iodine. Jumiles have a bitter, medicinal flavour due to the high iodine content and are spicy, as opposed to hot. The smaller chumiles are more concentrated in taste but, some say, are slightly sweeter. Those that come from Morelos and Guerrero are said to have a cinnamon flavour due to the plants that they feed on ... read more
Different Types Of Stink Bugs
By Henry Moorecroft
Thursday, November 18, 2010
Category : Stink Bugs | 1 COMMENTS | 14909 VIEWS
Brown marmorated stink bugs may be relative latecomers to American shores, but there are many other varieties of stink bugs that have been around for a long time. The nezara viridula and the acrosternum hilare, two different varieties of green stink bugs, are said to have arrived from Africa several centuries ago and are found in Kentucky and states further south. ... read more
Asian Stink Bugs Invade America
By Henry Moorecroft
Thursday, November 18, 2010
Category : Stink Bugs | 1 COMMENTS | 5604 VIEWS
The mid-Atlantic states of the USA are seeing a form of alien life heretofore unknown to them. We’re talking about brown marmorated stink bugs. Although they’ve been spotted occasionally over the past few years, this year more and more people in the eastern parts of New Hampshire, New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, and Virginia are reporting the presence of these insects in their orchards, gardens, and homes. ... read more
Preventing Stink Bugs From Infesting Your Home
By Henry Moorecroft
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Category : Stink Bugs | 0 COMMENTS | 8520 VIEWS
Stink bugs do not like the cold. Once the temperature starts to drop, they begin to hunt for warmer places to spend the winter in. Generally, they hie off to the exterior of houses and begin to congregate there in search for safe havens during the cold months; once outside the house, they look for ways to come in. ... read more
What Are Stink Bugs?
By Henry Moorecroft
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Category : Stink Bugs | 1 COMMENTS | 3748 VIEWS
Stink bugs are often referred to as shield bugs because they have a triangular plate on their backs which very much resembles a shield. They get their derogatory name from the foul-smelling liquid they emit from glands located on the underside of their thorax and which they release from pores on the sides of their bodies. ... read more