Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae
Adult has oval shield-shaped body, grayish or brownish in color with a spur on either side of its thorax.
Ginette Laplante, Ministry of Ag., Fisheries, and Food
The adult has an oval shield-shaped body, grayish or brownish in color; a spur is present on each side of its thorax (A). Eggs, grouped in masses of 20 to 30, are in the shape of small barrels. They are gray, cream or gold-colored, decorated by a ring of small hairs. The nymphs are of contrasting colors (orange-red and black), without wings and round (B). Note: These bugs are sensitive to organophosphate and carbamate insecticides.