These bugs can fly fairly well.
In-between stage (teenager)
Eastern Boxelder Bug, early Sept, west KY, USA
Nymph (missing a leg!)
Nymphs on a log (yuck!)
I don't know what they're doing here, perhaps mating? They like to congregate in LARGE numbers.
This bug is similar, but has a few more orange marks. Being in Ontario, Canada make it a different race?
This red and black plant bug is currently eating peppermint plants. It seems to change the pattern of red and black as it matures.
Boxelder bugs of both sexes huddled on a house foundation on a warm sunny day
Does this look like the same bug to anyone?
Does this look like the Boisea trivittata to anyone? Help please!!
Boisea trivittata - Eastern Boxelder Bug - Mating pair late April
Boxelder Nymphs sucking the life out of the raspberries
This bug and some friends emerged on a warm 1 November 2013.
One of a bunch of Boxelders emerging on 1 November 2013.
Boxelder bug, Arkansas River Valley, Zone 7b, Early November.