Chinavia hilaris

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Chinavia hilaris (click on image to enlarge it)
Author(s): Susan Ellis
Source: Wikimedia Commons

Chinavia hilaris (Say, 1831) - (green stink bug)

This bug is a pest of various crops in North America, including cotton and soybean. It causes direct damage by feeding, e.g. on cotton bolls, and also transmits plant diseases. Development time from egg, through 5 nymphal stages, to adult lasts around 2 months. The adults are green with black marks along the edges of the abdomen.

For details see the respective page in Wikipedia.

Synonyms:
Acrosternum hilare