​​Redbanded Stink Bug, Piezodorus guildinii, (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae), Biology, Identification, and Pest History

March 2018 | 17 min., 26 sec.
by Angus Catchot
Mississippi State University

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​This presentation offers users a better understanding of the redbanded stink bug, an economically important pest of Southern row crops. The author closely covers the biology of this elusive pest, as well as ways to physically distinguish it from other similar stink bug species and other pests. The redbanded stink bug's distribution and history are also discussed.

About the Presenter

Angus CatchotAngus Catchot is an Extension Entomologist at Mississippi State University working with insect pest of Soybeans, Cotton, Corn, Wheat, and Grain Sorghum.​

Contact Information:
Email: alc4@msstate.edu


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