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Amorbus sp.

tip-wilting bug / stink bug

Nymphs have no wings or just short wing-buds, and a pair of spots on the dorsal midline are characteristic of the genus. In the adults, these spots will become active glands capable of emitting a strong odour. The bugs often feed on the tips of plants and induce rapid wilting of the new growth.

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Species information

  • Amorbus sp. Scientific name
  • tip-wilting bug / stink bug Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive
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