We had a bit of rain today and a visitor on the back porch.
|Possoms dig holes all over the yard.|
Robert Durgy, Dept. of Plant Science, University of Connecticut wrote:
Control of leaf-footed bugs is not necessary (unless you’re a pinecone grower!) They are easy to catch because of their slowing metabolism. Once caught, they can be tossed outdoors to fine somewhere else to stay for the winter. Be advised, these are members of the stink bug family. If held too long or crushed they emit a foul odor."