Kudzu bugs, like these on Missionary Ridge, have made their way in eastern Tennessee, as well as Florida, Alabama, North and South Carolina, Virginia and Washington, D. C. The bugs eat kudzu and soybeans and emit an odor like a stink bug when disturbed.
Kudzu bugs, like these on Missionary Ridge, have made their way in eastern Tennessee, as well as Florida, Alabama, North and South Carolina, Virginia and Washington, D. C. The bugs eat kudzu and soybeans and emit an odor like a stink bug when disturbed.
Photo by John Rawlston .
published Monday, September 9th, 2013
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