|On trees||120 Bells|
|Size||Available in rain|
|Time of year||Time of day|
|April to October||All Day|
|Scientific name||Pentatoma japonica|
|Regional names|| Punaise |
- "I caught a stinkbug! Yup, yup, that stinks all right!" —New Leaf
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In New Leaf
In New Leaf an information board in the bug exhibit will list information about this bug.
"Stinkbugs are known for their foul smell, enough to drive away most predators and people. The smell is so strong that if they release it in an airtight place, they pass out from their own smell. They like to gather in clumps to stay warm in sunshine, though they will seek out warm houses as well."
- The green stink bug or green soldier bug is a stink bug belonging to the family Pentatomidae.t is found in orchards, gardens, woodlands and crop fields throughout North America, feeding with their needle-like mouthparts on the juices of a wide variety of plants from May until the arrival of frost. Adults develop a preference for developing seeds and thus become crop pests (tomato, bean, pea, cotton, corn, soybean, eggplant). When no seeds are present, they also feed on stems and foliage, thus damaging several fruit trees, such as the apple, cherry, orange and peach trees. Moreover, it can be found in Queensland and New South Wales, Australia. here is a real life stinkbug.