Samurai wasp: Promising egg parasitoid for management of Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (BMSB)

The samurai wasp (Trissolcus japonicus) is a parasitoid that attacks the eggs of the brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB), making it a potential candidate for managing this significant threat to commercial agriculture and residential gardens. This publication will help you know what the samurai wasp looks like, where to find it, and how it parasitizes BMSB eggs. The publication is available both in English and Spanish.

EM 9164    Published April 2017    1 page
April 2021


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Can you name a breeder/supplier of Trissolcus japonicus?
Clemens Fehr
Help I have a massive BMSB infestation. My outdoor building walls are covered with millions of these bugs adults and nymphs
Jess Darling

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