Halyomorpha halys (Brown marmorated stink bug, HHAL.00) (Hhal_2.0)

About Halyomorpha halys

The brown marmorated stink bug (Halyomorpha halys) is an insect in the family Pentatomidae, native to China, Japan, Korea, and other Asian regions. In September 1998, it was collected in Allentown, Pennsylvania, where it is believed to have been accidentally introduced. The nymphs and adults of the brown marmorated stink bug feed on over 100 species of plants, including many agricultural crops, and by 2010–11 had become a season-long pest in orchards in the Eastern United States. In 2010, in the Mid-Atlantic United States, $37 million in apple crops were lost, and some stone fruit growers lost more than 90% of their crops. Since the 2010s, the bug has spread to the nation of Georgia and Turkey and caused extensive damage to hazelnut production. It is now established in many parts of North America, and has recently become established in Europe and South America.

Picture credit: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 via Wikimedia Commons (Image source) Taxonomy ID 286706

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Taxonomy ID 286706

Data source The i5k Initiative

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Genome assembly: Hhal_2.0

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