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Southern green stink bug
The southern green stink bug (Nezara viridula) is a species in the order bugs (Hemiptera), the suborder true bugs (Heteroptera), the infraorder Pentatomomorpha, the superfamily Pentatomoidea, the family stink bugs (Pentatomidae), the subfamily Pentatominae, and the genus Nezara. The southern green stink bug probably originated in Ethiopia, but is now widespread in America, Europe, Africa and Asia. It occurs most frequently in the Mediterranean. These species can produce 3 new generations a year under favourable climatic conditions.
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Spike Shouldered Stink Bug
The Spike Shouldered Stink Bug (Picromerus bidens) is a species in the order true bugs (Hemiptera), the suborder typical bugs (Heteroptera), the infraorder Pentatomomorpha, the superfamily Pentatomoidea, and the family stink bugs and shield bugs (Pentatomidae). This species is widespread in Europe and northern Asia.
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Half-spotted stink bugs
Half-spotted stink bugs (Graphosoma semipunctatum) is a species of the genus Graphosoma, in the order true bugs (Hemiptera), the suborder typical bugs (Heteroptera), the infraorder Pentatomomorpha, the superfamily Pentatomoidea, the family stink bugs and shield bugs (Pentatomidae), the subfamily Podopinae and the tribe Graphosomatini. Graphosoma semipunctata is a scientific synonym for this species. Graphosoma semipunctatum are widespread in the Mediterranean region, but in this not common....
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Half-spotted stink bugs prefer warm, sunny coastal areas with sandy soils, dunes and rich deposits of flowering plants, in particular the parsley family (Apiaceae). From April to September the half-spotted stink bug can be found mainly on beach thistle (Eryngium maritimum). It feeds on various plant parts. The half-spotted stink bug is ready to reproduce in September.
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Adult half-spotted stink bugs reach body lengths of 10 - 15 mm. The body is black and red in colour. The pronotum is red with black edges and bears 10 black spots, which vary in shape and sometimes converge. The edges of the abdomen (connexives) have stripes lengthwise. The...

...e body is black and red in colour. The pronotum is red with black edges and bears 10 black spots, which vary in shape and sometimes converge. The edges of the abdomen (connexives) have stripes lengthwise. The underside is spotted black. Half-spotted stink bugs can be confused with Graphosoma lineatum or Graphosoma italicum.
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Due to their physical characteristics, the southern green stink bug can be confused with the green shield bug (Palomena prasina). The latter is about 1 mm smaller and has no clear grainy boundary at the front edges of the scutellum. A key identifying characteristic for both species is the shape of the orifice of...

...omena prasina). The latter is about 1 mm smaller and has no clear grainy boundary at the front edges of the scutellum. A key identifying characteristic for both species is the shape of the orifice of the defensive gland outlet. In the southern green stink bug it is short and wide, and in the green shield bug it is elongated and oval.
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The natural enemies of southern green stink bugs includes the tachinid fly - Trichopoda pennipes - as well as the parasitic wasp - Trissolcus basalis. These insects deposit their eggs on the southern green stink bug and their larvae parasitise it.
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Graphosoma lineatum
Graphosoma lineatum is a species in the order true bugs (Hemiptera), the suborder typical bugs (Heteroptera), the superfamily Pentatomoidea, and the family stink bugs and shield bugs (Pentatomidae). Graphosoma lineatum are common and widespread in Central Europe, Southern Europe, Asia Minor and the Middle East. Adult Graphosoma lineatum reach body lengths of 8 - 12 mm. Their colouration and markings are very...
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Query: Red and black striped Stink bug - Graphosoma lineatum
Red and black striped Stink bug - Graphosoma lineatum
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Query: Striped stink bug -  black and red striped bug
Striped stink bug - black and red striped bug
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