Global warming could kill-off stink bugs

Another benefit of the much-dreaded climate change.

From the New York Times. At first global warming makes the stink bug problem worse:

…An invasive species from eastern Asia, the bug takes winter refuge in warm homes and may be roused from its usual winter inactivity by high heat…

But then warmer winter temps may turn out to be a rope-a-dope for stink bugs:

… If a stink bug uses up too much of its reserves in waking up for winter activity, its long-term survival would presumably be affected. The bugs normally live six to eight months…

Read more at the New York Times.

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