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Chinavia hilaris
(green stink bug)

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Chinavia hilaris (green stink bug)

Summary

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  • 15 July 2018
  • Datasheet Type(s)
  • Pest
  • Preferred Scientific Name
  • Chinavia hilaris
  • Preferred Common Name
  • green stink bug
  • Taxonomic Tree
  • Domain: Eukaryota
  •   Kingdom: Metazoa
  •     Phylum: Arthropoda
  •       Subphylum: Uniramia
  •         Class: Insecta
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Identity

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Preferred Scientific Name

  • Chinavia hilaris Say, 1832

Preferred Common Name

  • green stink bug

Other Scientific Names

  • Acrosternum hilare (Say, 1831)
  • Acrosternum hilaris (van Duzee, 1917)
  • Nezara (Acrosternum) sarpinus Stål, 1872
  • Nezara hilare
  • Nezara hilaris (Uhler, 1878)
  • Pentatoma hilaris Say, 1831
  • Raphigaster hilaris
  • Rhaphigaster sarpinus Dallas, 1851

International Common Names

  • English: big green soldier; pumpkin bug
  • French: punaise verte

EPPO code

  • NEZAHI (Acrosternum hilare)

Taxonomic Tree

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  • Domain: Eukaryota
  •     Kingdom: Metazoa
  •         Phylum: Arthropoda
  •             Subphylum: Uniramia
  •                 Class: Insecta
  •                     Order: Hemiptera
  •                         Suborder: Heteroptera
  •                             Family: Pentatomidae
  •                                 Genus: Acrosternum
  •                                     Species: Chinavia hilaris

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The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available. When several references are cited, they may give conflicting information on the status. Further details may be available for individual references in the Distribution Table Details section which can be selected by going to Generate Report.

Growth Stages

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List of Symptoms/Signs

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SignLife StagesType
Fruit / external feeding
Leaves / external feeding
Seeds / external feeding

Natural enemies

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Natural enemyTypeLife stagesSpecificityReferencesBiological control inBiological control on
Anastatus sp. near pearsali Parasite Eggs
Euclytia flava Parasite
Euthera tentatrix Parasite
Hexacladia hilaris Parasite
Phidippus audax Predator Adults/Nymphs
Telenomus cristatus Parasite USA; Louisiana soyabeans
Telenomus podisi Parasite Eggs USA; Louisiana soyabeans
Trichopoda pennipes Parasite Adults/Nymphs
Trissolcus basalis Parasite Eggs
Trissolcus edessae Parasite Eggs USA; Louisiana soyabeans
Trissolcus euschisti Parasite Eggs USA; Louisiana soyabeans

References

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Aldrich JR; Khrimian A; Chen X; Camp MJ, 2009. Semiochemically based monitoring of the invasion of the brown marmorated stink bug and unexpected attraction of the native green stink bug (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) in Maryland. Florida Entomologist, 92(3):483-491. http://www.fcla.edu/FlaEnt/

Anthon EW; Smith LO; Parish L, 1977. Damage to sweet cherries by the green bug. Proceedings of Seventy third annual meeting, Wenatchee, USA: Washington State Horticultural Association, 18-20.

Atanassov A; Shearer PW; Hamilton G; Polk D, 2002. Development and implementation of a Reduced Risk Peach Arthropod Management Program in New Jersey. Journal of Economic Entomology, 95(4):803-812.

Bacheler JS; Mott DW, 1996. Potential utility and susceptibility of transgenic B.t. cotton against bollworms, European corn borers and stink bugs in NC. 1996 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, Nashville, TN, USA, January 9-12, 1996: Volume 2., 927-931; 12 ref.

Gilman DF; Smith CKM; Newson LD, 1980. Screening soybean for stinkbug resistance. Louisiana Agriculture, 24(1):12-13.

Greene CR; Rajotte EG; Norton GW; Kramer RA; McPherson RM, 1985. Revenue and risk analysis of soybean pest management options in Virginia. Journal of Economic Entomology, 78(1):10-18

Greene JK; Turnipseed SG, 1996. Stink bug thresholds in transgenic B.t. cotton. 1996 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, Nashville, TN, USA, January 9-12, 1996: Volume 2., 936-938; 7 ref.

Javahery M, 1990. Biology and ecological adaptation of the green stink bug (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) in Quebec and Ontario. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 83(2):201-206

Jones WA; Shepard BM; Sullivan MJ, 1996. Incidence of parasitism of pentatomid (Heteroptera) pests of soybean in South Carolina with a review of studies in other states. Journal of Agricultural Entomology, 13(3):243-263; 67 ref.

Jones WA; Sullivan MJ, 1982. Role of host plants in population dynamics of stink bug pests of soybean in South Carolina. Environmental Entomology, 11(4):867-875

Kennedy GG; Romanow LR; Jenkins SF; Sanders DC, 1983. Insects and diseases damaging tomato fruits in the coastal plain of North Carolina. Journal of Economic Entomology, 76(1):168-173

Killian JC; Meyer JR, 1984. Effect of orchard weed management on catfacing damage to peaches in North Carolina. Journal of Economic Entomology, 77(6):1596-1600

Lockwood JA; Story RN, 1985. The diurnal ethology of the adult green stink bug, Acrosternum hilare, in senescing soybeans. Journal of Entomological Science, 20(1):69-75

McPherson JE, 1979. Population dynamics and damage evaluations of four stink bug species of three genera affecting quality and yield of soybean in Louisiana. Dissertion Abstracts International, B, 39(8):3677B-3678B.

McPherson JE, 1982. The Pentatomoidea (Hemiptera) of northeastern North America with emphasis on the fauna of Illinois. Illinois USA: Southern Illinois University Press Carbondale, ix + 240 pp.

McPherson JE; Sites RW, 1989. Annotated records of species of Pentatomoidea (Hemiptera) collected at lights. Great Lakes Entomologist, 22(2):95-98

McPherson JE; Weber BC, 1990. Seasonal flight patterns of Hemiptera (excluding Miridae) in a southern Illinois black walnut plantation. Great Lakes Entomologist, 23(2):105-120

McPherson RM, 1996. Relationship between soybean maturity group and the phenology and abundance of stink bugs (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae): impact on yield and quality. Journal of Entomological Science, 31(2):199-208; 15 ref.

McPherson RM; Douce GK; Hudson RD, 1993. Annual variation in stink bug (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) seasonal abundance and species composition in Georgia soybean and its impact on yield and quality. Journal of Entomological Science, 28(1):61-72

McPherson RM; Pitts JR; Newsom LD; Chapin JB; Herzog DC, 1982. Incidence of tachinid parasitism of several stink bug (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) species associated with soybean. Journal of Economic Entomology, 75(5):783-786

McPherson RM; Zehnder GW; Smith JC, 1988. Influence of cultivar, planting date and row width on abundance of green cloverworms (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) and green stink bugs (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) in soybean. Journal of Entomological Science, 23(4):305-313

Miner FD; Dumas B, 1980. Stored soybeans and stink bug damage. Arkansas Farm Research, 29(4):14

Mueller AJ, 1979. Soybean insect pests of the United States-with reference to potential problems in the Imperial Valley. First desert vegetable insect symposium. September 13, 1978, University of California, El Centro Cooperative Agricultural Extension. Berkeley, USA: University of California Cooperative Extension, A4-A7

Muhammad Sarwar, 2006. Occurrence of insect pests on guava (Psidium guajava) tree. Pakistan Journal of Zoology, 38(3):197-200.

Newsom LD, 1980. Interactions of control tactics in soybeans. In: Corbin FT, ed. World Soybean Research Conference II: Proceedings. Westview Press Inc. Boulder, Colorado USA, 261-273

Orr DB; Russin JS; Boethel DJ; Jones WA, 1986. Stink bug (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) egg parasitism in Louisiana soybeans. Environmental Entomology, 15(6):1250-1254

Panizzi AR; Slansky F Jr, 1985. Review of phytophagous pentatomids (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) associated with soybean in the Americas. Florida Entomologist, 68(1):184-214

Roberts BW; Cartwright B, 1991. Cover crop, nitrogen, and insect interactions. Cover crops for clean water: the proceedings of an international conference West Tennessee Experiment Station [Hargrove WL, ed]. Ankeny, USA: Soil and Water Conservation Society, 164-165

Rolston LH, 1983. A revision of the genus Acrosternum Fieber, subgenus Chinavia Orian, in the Western Hemisphere (Hemiptera:Pentatomidae). New York Entomological Society, 91(2):97-176.

Russin JS; Layton MB; Orr DB; Boethel DJ, 1987. Within-plant distribution of, and partial compensation for, stink bug (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) damage to soybean seeds. Journal of Economic Entomology, 80(1):215-220

Say T, 1831-1832. Description of new species of heteropterous Hemiptera of North America. Indiana, USA: New Harmony.

Scudder GGE, 1986. Additional Heteroptera new to British Columbia. Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia, 83:63-65

Simmons AM; Yeargan KV, 1988. Development and survivorship of the green stink bug, Acrosternum hilare (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) on soybean. Environmental Entomology, 17(3):527-532

Simmons AM; Yeargan KV, 1990. Effect of combined injuries from defoliation and green stink bug (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) and influence of field cages on soybean yield and seed quality. Journal of Economic Entomology, 83(2):599-609

Snodgrass GL; Adamczyk JJ Jr; Gore J, 2005. Toxicity of insecticides in a glass-vial bioassay to adult brown, green, and southern green stink bugs (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae). Journal of Economic Entomology, 98(1):177-181. HTTP://www.esa.catchword.org

Southwick LM; Yanes J Jr; Boethel DJ; Willis GH, 1986. Leaf residue compartmentalization and efficacy of permethrin applied to soybean. Journal of Entomological Science, 21(3):248-253

Tillman PG, 2015. First record of Sesbania punicea (Fabales: Fabaceae) as a host plant for Chinavia hilaris (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). Florida Entomologist, 98(3):989-990. http://www.bioone.org/loi/flen

Tindall KV; Fothergill K, 2011. First records of Piezodorus guildinii in Missouri. Southwestern Entomologist, 36(2):203-205. http://sswe.tamu.edu/

Todd JW, 1982. Effects of stinkbug damage on soybean quality. In: Sinclair JB, Jackobs JA, ed. Soybean seed quality and stand establishment. Proceedings of a Conference for Scientists of Asia, January 25-31, 1981, Colombo, Sri Lanka College of Agriculture, Illinois University Urbana, Illinois USA, 46-51

Tonahasca AJr; Stinner BR, 1991. Effects of strip intercropping and no-tillage on some pests and beneficial invertebrates of corn in Ohio. Environmental Entomology, 20(5):1251-1258.

Turnipseed SG; Greene JK, 1996. Strategies for managing stink bugs in transgenic B.t. cotton. 1996 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, Nashville, TN, USA, January 9-12, 1996: Volume 2., 935-936; 2 ref.

Vyavhare SS; Way MO; Medina RF, 2014. Stink bug species composition and relative abundance of the redbanded stink bug (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) in soybean in the Upper Gulf Coast Texas. Environmental Entomology, 43(6):1621-1627. http://www.bioone.org/doi/full/10.1603/EN14059

Yeargan KV, 1977. Effects of green stink bug damage on yield and quality of soybeans. Journal of Economic Entomology, 70(5):619-622

Yeargan KV, 1978. Parasitism of stink bug eggs by Telenomus podisi (Hymenoptera: Scelionidae) in soybeans and alfalfa. Proceedings of the North Central Branch of the Entomological Society of America, 33:40.

Yeargan KV, 1979. Parasitism and predation of stink bug eggs in soybean and alfalfa fields. Environmental Entomology, 8(4):715-719

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