stinkbug

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stink·bug

 (stĭngk′bŭg′)
n.
Any of numerous hemipteran insects of the family Pentatomidae, having a broad, flattened body and emitting a strong odor from glands in the abdomen.

stinkbug

(ˈstɪŋkˌbʌɡ)
n
another name for shield bug
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Brown marmorated stinkbugs were monitored and found in traps but not in vineyards.
The primary pests were Auchenorrhyncha (leaf-hoppers and spittlebugs), grasshoppers, grass loopers, plant bugs, fall armyworms, and stinkbugs.
Furthermore, the identification of genes showing toxic activity against stinkbugs is very exciting since this is a significant agricultural pest with an estimated market potential of over $1 billion, without any currently available commercial seed trait solution.
George assists one project by rearing stinkbugs as a food source for predatory wasps, allowing researchers to understand the genes responsible for the wasps' behavior.
Com earworms may eat into pods, stinkbugs sting the pods, and Japanese beetles eat just about anything in the garden.
Chemical analyses of ground, freeze-dried stinkbugs revealed the insects have lots of protein and nine essential amino acids.
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Host symbiont co-speciation and reductive genome evolution in gut symbiotic bacteria of acanthosomatid stinkbugs.
A similar trend occurs for pests; such as aphids beetles mites and stinkbugs cause considerable economic damage to the soybean crop.
Effects of temperature on predation by the stinkbugs Picromerus bidens and Podisus maculiventris (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) on noctuid caterpillars.