The Boxelder Bug (Boisea trivittata) is often considered a household pest in the United States. Overwintering Boxelder Bugs may seek shelter in warm, protected areas around houses. Large aggregations in spring and fall may result in significant numbers entering houses, where their excrement may stain fabric. (Yoder and Robinson 1990)
- Yoder, K.M. and W.H. Robinson. 1990. Seasonal abundance and habits of the Boxelder Bug, Boisea trivittata (Say), in an urban environment. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 92(4): 802-897.
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