Doesn't anyone know about these Stink Bugs that have invaded the Eastern US?
They supposedly came from Japan and another hubber asked how can we get rid of them. They are very hard to get rid of and they get into the strangest things. I opened my cedar chest and they were in that. I have picked them off of furniture and thrown them outside only to find more when I came back in. I think we need HELP for an Insect person on HubPages! What do they eat, their mating habits and all that good stuff?
I suppose that you could spray some deodorant around the place and, thus, remove some of the "stink." Discouraged, the stink bugs might simply go away. ;-)))
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