Acrosternum hilare Say Hemiptera Pentatomidae

Hemiptera Nymph

This species, which is native to North America, occurs throughout the United States and southern Canada. It is less damaging, and therefore less well-known than southern green stink bug, Nezara viridula Linnaeus . Although green stink bug is readily confused with southern green stink bug, the distribution of this latter species is limited principally to the southeastern states. Host Plants. Green stink bug has a wide host range, though it is known principally as a pest of soybean...

Pangaeus bilineatus Say Hemiptera Cydnidae

Thyreocoridae Bug

This native species is found from New England and Quebec west to South Dakota and southern California, and south to Florida. It also occurs south through Mexico to Guatemala, and is known from Bermuda. It is the most common member of the family. Host Plants. Burrowing bug is known as an occasional pest of pepper, spinach, strawberries, peanut, cotton, sugarcane and wheat. Crops are rarely reported to be damaged, though there are several records of injury to peanut in Texas other...