Euschistus servus


Common Names: Brown stink bug
Category: Insects
Sub-category: Bugs

Body is oval with the underside being slightly concave and the abdomen narrow. Entire dorsal side grayish yellow with dark brownish-gray punctures becoming denser at the edges of the pronotum. The last two antennal segments (fourth and fifth) are darker in colour. The ventral surface usually has a pinkish tinge. Cheeks large passing the clypeus in length and more pointed. The humeral angles of the pronotum are rounded. Size is 11 to 15 mm.

Found on plants in fields, meadows, and residential areas/homes. Occurs from May to October.

Edible Notes: Not edible.
Warnings: Not known to be dangerous.
Additional Information: http://bugguide.net/node/view/160209
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