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Old 02-17-2014, 04:53 PM   #29
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It's hard to tell from that picture what they are. When we lived in FL, and we camped a lot, we never experienced those biting bugs. The only thing that would bite was the noseeums (at the beach) and mosquitoes. The only other problem was with lovebugs, but they don't bite. However, they do ruin your clearcoat and taste like nuclear waste (while on motorcycle). Here is a typical lady bug: Here is a stink bug: Here is a love bug/s: Here is a noseeum: Does your camera have a macro option to take a close up?
Excellent photos to show the difference. Our scourge this winter is stink bugs. Four months from home and we're still finding them flying around the lights at night.

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Old 02-17-2014, 05:10 PM   #30
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Excellent photos to show the difference. Our scourge this winter is stink bugs. Four months from home and we're still finding them flying around the lights at night.
We had them here in OH this year. Don't even know how they get in. I had to stop DW from smashing them. My son had a blast playing with them though.

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Old 02-17-2014, 05:52 PM   #31
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Spent the fall in sw. Va. last year. While reading this thread, opened the screen door and said be gone to another stink bug. I would prefer being covered by ladybugs like fur on a bear than have to deal with stink bugs ever again. And I'm headed back this fall. Duh.

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