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Tomato Stink Bugs

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By: Remy Powell


The adults are easily identified by their pointy shoulders and green coloration with yellow specks on its back. The nymphs are red with black markings and are usually clustered together. The eggs are yellow and are laid on the underside of leaves usually in clusters. These insects can be found on Tomatoes or Pepper plants.

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The Biosecurity, Research & Extension lab is looking for nymphs and adult Tomato stink bugs to enhance our colony. If you have any information on how to obtain the Tomato stink bugs please call (352)273-3979, email jennster@ufl.edu, or bring them in to Steinmetz Hall room number 3235.





Posted: October 10, 2017

Category: Pests & Disease
Tags: Tomato, Tomato Stink Bug

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