Brown Marmorated Stink Bug - Casner Exterminating
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Brown Marmorated Stink Bug

December 8, 2014

Where Found

  • Native lands: China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan
  • First discovered in Allentown, Pennsylvania in September of 1998; probably actually came to the states several years earlier

Since 1998 the stink bug has been reported in 23 states, and that number is growing.


  • Known as an agricultural pest
  • Recently, serious pest of fruit, vegetable and farm crops in the Mid-Atlantic region
  • Probable it will become a pest of these commodities in other areas in the United States
  • Moves indoors in fall
  • May make an occasional appearance throughout the winter when weather is warmer
  • Comes out in the spring

Contact Us

Contact us for problems with Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs. You may also call either our Central Coast office or our Ventura County office.

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