Asian longhorned beetle | ALB look-alikes: Western conifer seed bug.

Asian longhorned beetle | ALB look-alikes: Western conifer seed bug.

Western Conifer Seed Bugs - Known for their noisy flying and pungent smells, western conifer seed bugs can become a nuisance once they gain entry inside a home ~ via  www.buzzle.com/articles/how-to-get-rid-of-western-conifer-seed-bugs.html

Western Conifer Seed Bugs - Known for their noisy flying and pungent smells, western conifer seed bugs can become a nuisance once they gain entry inside a home ~ via www.buzzle.com/articles/how-to-get-rid-of-western-conifer-seed-bugs.html

"What's That?" Wednesday: Western Conifer Seed Bug All about western conifer seed bugs with printable fact and activity sheet!

"What's That?" Wednesday: Western Conifer Seed Bug All about western conifer seed bugs with printable fact and activity sheet!

The western conifer seed bug, Leptoglossus occidentalis, sometimes abbreviated as WCSB, is a species of true bug (Hemiptera) in the family Coreidae. It was originally native to the warm-temperate western USA (California, Oregon and Nevada) but has in recent times expanded its range and become an invasive species in parts of Europe.  This species is sometimes colloquially called "the leaf-footed bug", but actual leaf-footed bugs are an entire group of species in Leptoglossus and related…

The western conifer seed bug, Leptoglossus occidentalis, sometimes abbreviated as WCSB, is a species of true bug (Hemiptera) in the family Coreidae. It was originally native to the warm-temperate western USA (California, Oregon and Nevada) but has in recent times expanded its range and become an invasive species in parts of Europe. This species is sometimes colloquially called "the leaf-footed bug", but actual leaf-footed bugs are an entire group of species in Leptoglossus and related…

Western Conifer Seed Bug - Leptoglossus occidentalis "Unable to bite/sting/infect people or pets, damage property, or even reproduce indoors; gives off a pungent odor as defense if molested"  Don't kill the bugs that accidentally wander into your house! They all have a place in our ecosystem.

Western Conifer Seed Bug - Leptoglossus occidentalis "Unable to bite/sting/infect people or pets, damage property, or even reproduce indoors; gives off a pungent odor as defense if molested" Don't kill the bugs that accidentally wander into your house! They all have a place in our ecosystem.

Western conifer seed bug (Leptoglossus occidentalis)

Western conifer seed bug (Leptoglossus occidentalis)

Western Conifer Seed Bug by Meg Yamamoto

Western Conifer Seed Bug by Meg Yamamoto

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