It barely measures half an inch long - but this tiny insect is capable of kicking up a stink.
The halyomorpha halys, also known as the marmorated stink bug, is named after the putrid stench it releases from its glands as a defense mechanism.
The bugs, native to China, Japan and Taiwan, were accidentally introduced to the US in the mid-1990s.
They have since spread to 40 states and in 2010 ruined over $30 million worth of American apple crops alone.
We all hate stinkbugs and a few years ago someone came up with a way to trap these little suckers for good!
Here's a reminder how to do it. Happy Stink Bug Catching!
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