- This page contains pictures and information about Small Brown Stink Bugs in Subfamily Podopinae that we found in
the Brisbane area, Queensland, Australia.
- Stink bugs in this Subfamily Podopinae are usually small in size and brown
in colour. They have very large scutellum which cover most of the
- Small Brown
Gum Tree Bug
- Protestrica stali, body length 6mm
- We first found this bug on gum tree trunk in Alexandra Hill during early
summer. The bug was small in size and dark brown in colour. Its U-shaped
scutellum covered up to abdomen tip. We have more information and pictures in
- Small Acacia Stink Bug
- Eufroggattia tuberculata, Body length 5mm
- This very little Stink Bug was found on acacia leaves in Karawatha Forest.
Please check this page for more
- 1. Stink
Bugs of Australia - FaunaKeys, Australian Museum online 2003.
- 2. Plant-feeding and Other Bugs (Hemiptera) of South Australia. Heteroptera-Part
I - Gross, G.F. (1975).
Adelaide: A.B. James, p125.
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