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Identifying Natural Enemies of Stink Bugs

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Tissolcus basalis
Trissolcus basalis parasitizes southern green stink bug eggs.

Tissolcus basalis
Parasitized eggs are dark; if parasites have emerged, the emergence holes will be irregular as opposed to round holes caused by stink bugs pushing off the top cap of the eggs to emerge.

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