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LADYCJM SparkPoints: (57,456)
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4/16/14 9:34 P

I don't think we get stink bugs but we do get June bugs. They fly and buzz and love to dive bomb you as you walk outside. Then their nasty little spiky legs get stuck in your hair and they go nuts trying to get free. Gives me the shudders every time I think about them! YUCK!

MISSRUTH Posts: 4,231
4/16/14 8:52 P

I live in Tennessee, and we have those here. But I've never had one in the house. (yet)

FEDGIRL4 Posts: 2,178
4/16/14 11:21 A

We've had them. I just pick them up and flick them outside.

4/16/14 9:42 A

They were pretty bad in NC over the fall but they are slowly creeping back out :-)

QUEEN-EYDIE Posts: 12,467
4/16/14 9:32 A

I've had them in the house all winter. just peacefully co-existing with the little treasures.

JANIEWWJD SparkPoints: (554,492)
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4/15/14 11:57 P

I haven't had to deal with them, thank God!!!

BETTERME8913 SparkPoints: (5,341)
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4/15/14 11:56 P

emoticon I live in Southwest PA too. They get in my house, mostly in the sun porch. I bought a Shark sweeper last fall. It has no bag, just a canister you dump out after you sweep. I suck them up with a hose extension on my sweeper then run them outside to the woods and dump the container! They sell a spray for them at Home Depot too, haven't tried it yet, but is supposed to kill them off. How ever did that many bugs get here from Asia?

DRS510 Posts: 2,234
4/15/14 10:55 P

Spray with lemon essential oil mixed with water - they hate it!

MANDIETERRIER1 Posts: 17,406
4/15/14 9:46 P

I live in Maryland and I haven't had any yet.

There was this guy on You Tube and he made a trap with one of those push lights and a two liter soda bottle

This video was from many years ago. He may now have them available for sale. I think that was his goal

Edited by: MANDIETERRIER1 at: 4/15/2014 (21:48)
LUANN_IN_PA Posts: 25,760
4/15/14 5:46 P

Meh... I hated wasting the water when I was flushing them.

Now I use wide duct tape or masking tape to snare them. Then I just fold the tape over it and toss in the trash.

LEC358 SparkPoints: (11,135)
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4/15/14 1:21 P

Toilet. But I haven't seen any yet this year. Fingers crossed that the winter killed them all.

EELPIE Posts: 2,700
4/15/14 1:04 P

Oh, I just flicked them onto the floor and crushed them with a large box.

I heard flicking them into a bowl with soap and water helps, then flush it down the potty.

EELPIE Posts: 2,700
4/15/14 1:00 P

lol...I live in southeastern pa...I killed 4 so far this spring...

Edited by: EELPIE at: 4/15/2014 (13:05)
4/15/14 12:28 P

THIS guy!

IDK if this bug is regional (I live in Southwestern Pennsylvania) but they are making a come back this year.

If you know what this bug is and have had to deal with it what has been your best solution!?

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