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Another fall pest for Texas homes?

The brown marmorated stink bug is the latest in a string of unwelcome foreign pests that want to share our homes during the winter months.  A couple of weeks ago I posted a description of the hackberry nipplegall maker, which is a native insect pest that enters homes in the fall.  The brown marmorated stink bug (let’s call it BMSB) is from Asia and has been settling into its new home in the eastern U.S. since it was first noticed in Pennsylvania in 1998.  It was spotted in south… Read More →