Stink Bug Control Secrets Revealed

Stink Bug Control Secrets Revealed

Here is what you will learn in Stink Bug Control Secrets Revealed: Stink bug control secrets compiled and found Only in this guide. You'll discover in just a few short minutes the root causes of chronic stink bug infestation in your home and garden. Warning 3 things you should never do when dealing with stink bug infestation problems, (that will actually make your infestation worse!) Exact access points where stink bugs lay eggs and enter your home. 8 Time tested and proven strategies to prevent stink bug infestation in your home and garden. Step by step methods to eliminate an existing infestation.

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Stink Bug Armageddon

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Tuning Of Vibratory Signals With Transmission Media

Because of the resonant properties of the respiratory air bubble surrounding submerged Corixidae, frequency spectra of the emitted stridulatory signals (Theiss, 1982) and frequency sensitivities of the auditory system (Prager and Streng, 1982) are perfectly tuned. However, this is not so in plant-dwelling bugs. In the southern green stink bug, N. viridula, both subgenual organ receptor cells respond outside the dominant frequency range of the stink bug vibratory signals, recorded either as airborne sound ((Cokl et al., 1972, 1978 Kon et al., 1988) or as vibration of a nonresonant loudspeaker membrane (Ryan et al., 1995 Cokl et al., 2000, 2001, 2004a Pavlovcic and Cokl, 2001 McBrien and Millar, 2003 McBrien et al., 2002 Cokl and Virant-Doberlet, 2003). Spectral properties of such recorded signals reflect frequency characteristics of body vibrations, depending directly on the repetition rate of muscle contraction (Kustor, 1989). Representatives of the stink bug subfamily, Pentatominae,...

Behavioural Studies Of Localisation Abilities

Males of the southern green stink bug, Nezara viridula (Pentatomidae), can localise accurately a vibration source, i.e. female on a plant (Ota and Cokl, 1991 Cokl et al., 1999) (Figure 5.2). When a male detects female calling signals, he responds with his own vibratory signals and starts walking on the plant. He approaches the source of the vibration with characteristic search behaviour which

Vibration Reception In Plantdwelling Bugs

Subgenual Organ

Vibration Reception in Nezara viridula Most detailed study of the structure (Michel et al., 1983) and function (Cokl, 1983) of leg vibratory receptor organs has been conducted on the southern green stink bug, N. viridula. In and on all six legs, the authors described the subgenual organ (Figure 4.1b), joint chordotonal organs (Figure 4.1a, c and d) and nongrouped campaniform sensilla. The subgenual organ lies in the blood channel in the proximal part of the tibia and is composed of two scolopidia, each with only one sensory cell (Figure 4.1b). The sensory cells are proximally attached to the epithelium of the tibial wall, whereas the scolopals with cilia and ligament are stretched out in the haemolymph. Axons of both sensory cells run within the sensory nerve and join the one innervating the femoral chordotonal organ. The subgenual organ of the southern green stink bug differs from that described in Orthoptera (Schnorbus, 1971) mainly in the number of receptor cells and in the...

Vibratory Sense Organs And Behaviour

The distance of communication between mates on a plant depends on the intensity of the emitted signal, sensitivity of receptors and attenuation of signals during transmission through a medium. Behavioural experiments demonstrated that stink bugs communicate at distances well above 1 m when on the same plant. Long distance efficient communication is enabled by 20 dB to 40 dB


Stridulatory structures have been described in many taxa of this group (Schaefer and Pupedis, 1981). A femoral alary strigilation system has been found in Megalotomus junceus and Alydus calcaratus (Gogala, unpublished). Songs were investigated in R. clavatus (Numata et al., 1989). They found not only stridulatory signals, but also low frequency vibrations not produced by the same stridulatory mechanism. Immobilisation of various parts of abdomen showed that the low frequency vibration producing mechanism is not a tymbal formed by fused terga I and II, as postulated by analogy with similar structures in Cydnidae. Probably, the low frequency vibrations are produced by vibration of the whole abdomen, as in Pentatomidae.