HEMIPTERA, PENTATOMIDAE. Common Name: Southern Green Stink Bug Scientific Name: Nezara viridula ( Linneus ) Stage: Adult . Nezara viridula. Green Shield Bug ( Palomena prasina ) adult on a leaf. Head with piercing and sucking mouthparts of a Green Shield bug, Palomena prasina .
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Common Name: Southern Green Stink Bug Scientific Name: Nezaraviridula(Linneus) Stage: Adult
Green Shield Bug (Palomenaprasina) adult on a leaf
Head with piercing and sucking mouthparts of a Green Shield bug, Palomenaprasina.
Rhychocorishumeralis. Thunberg. Roll, green, orange (Citrus green stink bug).
Strachia cruciger. Hahn. Lettuce cigarettes.
(Black cabbage bug).
The black bugs usually aggregate at the base of the rice plants above the water level during the day. They move up to the rice plants at night sucking on the plant sap from tillers. The greenish pink eggs are laid in massess of up 15 in several parallel rows.
Spined soldier bug, Podisusmaculiventris(Say) (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae), adult preying on cotton bollworm. Photo by W. Sterling.
Euschistus species nymphs
Stiretrusanchorago: two color variations
Eggs of Anoplocnemisphasiana
Sweet potato bugPhysomerusgrossipes (Fabricius)
Dasynuspiperis, Large pepper berry bug.
Milkweed bug, Oncopeltus sp.
Rice bug (Leptocorisa sp.) eggs on a rice plant, The Philippines.
An adult rice bug (Leptocorisasp.) and her eggs on a rice plant, The Philippines.
Soybean pod bugRiptortuslinearis (L.)
Dysdercuscingulatus.Fabricius. Red cotton roll. (Cotton stainer, Red cotton bug).
Rhynocorisfuscipes. (F.) are predaceus insects, one of common assasin bugs in. Thailand and Malaysia
Common Name: Tarnished Plant Bug Scientific Name: LyguslineolarisPalisotde Beauvois (Hemiptera: Miridae)
Cyrtorhinuslividipennis, predator of Delphacidae