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July 29th, 2015|0 Comments

Have you stumbled upon a stinkbug lately? If you have, researchers in Yakima, Washington want to know more about your encounter.

Washington State University’s Mike Bush is asking for digital photos or freshly frozen stinkbugs of any color and species, along with details where and when the bug was captured for a pest survey they are conducting this year.

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