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stink bug?-nymph-looked can't find one like this? - Halyomorpha halys

stink bug?-nymph-looked can't find one like this? - Halyomorpha halys
Jim Thorpe, PA 18229, Carbon County, Pennsylvania, USA
August 14, 2006
Size: 1/2" maybe

Moved

Moved
Moved from Brochymena.

Nymph of Halyo*morpha halys?
(= invasive Brown marmorated stink bug)
Note characteristic coulouration of antennae and legs . . .

 
Thanks! This should help ID a
Thanks! This should help ID all those stink bugs around- sheesh! there are alot of them!

I wonder if this is another Brochymena
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Perhaps Eric will comment.

 
I'd agree:-)
Can't overrule Hannah:-) Seriously, though, the spiny nature of the thorax, and oval abdominal shape pretty much rules out a look-alike: the brown marmorated stink bug.

 
Thanks ^_^ Hannah and Eric
Thanks ^_^ Hannah and Eric ^_^

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