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Title

Boxelder Bug

Document Type

Factsheet

Publisher

Utah State University Extension

Publication Date

6-1-2010

Abstract

Boxelder bugs are a common nuisance insect to many homeowners. Although boxelder bugs are active throughout the summer, many people don’t notice them until they start “sunning” themselves on structures, particularly the southern-facing walls. As temperatures start to decrease in the late summer and fall, large numbers of adults will move from plants and congregate on heated buildings.

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