Adult redbanded stink bug. Photo courtesy of Derek Scroggs, Pioneer Product Agronomist.
Redbanded stink bug eggs. Photo courtesy of Brewer Blessitt, Pioneer Agronomy Manager.
Redbanded stink bug nymphs. Photos from: Jennifer Carr, Univ. of Florida, Bugwood.org.
Redbanded stink bug adults. Photo from: Jennifer Carr, Univ. of Florida, Bugwood.org.
Two black dots on the back of a TBSB highlighted with a red circle.
Figure 1. The size of adult stink bugs is an important differentiator in identification. Pictured above are the sizes of stink bugs to demonstrate the smaller size of the redbanded sink bug in comparison.
Red-shouldered stink bug. Photo from: Herb Pilcher, USDA ARS, Bugwood.org.
Author: Madeline Henrickson
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