ArticlePDF Available

Halyomorpha halys (Stål, 1855), la Punaise diabolique, nouvelle espèce pour la faune de France (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae)

Authors:
  • Société Alsacienne d'Entomologie (SAE)

Abstract and Figures

Résumé. – Cet article signale les premières observations de Halyomorpha halys (Stål, 1855) (Punaise diabolique, marmorated stink bug, Marmorierte Baumwanze) en France. Summary. – Halyomorpha halys (Stål, 1855), the marmorated stink bug, new species for the fauna of France (Heteroptera Pentatomidae). In this article the first observations of Halyomorpha halys (Stål, 1855) (Punaise diabolique, marmorated stink bug, Marmorierte Baumwanze) in France are reported. Keywords. – Halyomorpha halys, Rhaphigaster nebulosa, Pentatomidae, Alsace, France
Content may be subject to copyright.
En , à la suite d’un traité d’alliance entre les
villes libres de Strasbourg et Zurich, une équipe
de bateliers sportifs de cette dernière ville a
descendu la Limmat, l’Aar puis le Rhin jusqu’à
Strasbourg (plus de  km tout de même),
dans un bateau portant une marmite de bouillie
de millet («Hirsenbrei»), bouillante au départ.
La bouillie était encore chaude à l’arrivée de
cette «Hirsenbreifahrt» ce qui devait prouver
aux Strasbourgeois que les citoyens de Zurich
étaient des alliés ables ; un monument érigé
à l’époque de son tricentenaire, évoque cet
évènement (Photo ).
Le dernier cadeau que nous ont fait les
Zurichois est d’un goût plus discutable car il
s’agit d’Halyomorpha halys (Stål, ), insecte
peu apprécié et malheureusement attendu
tant par les entomologistes que par le monde
agricole régional (Photo ) [C B,
     en ligne].
Cette Punaise extrême-orientale (Chine,
Japon, Corée) est une espèce exotique et
envahissante redoutée car non seulement
elle sent mauvais, se réfugie dans les maisons
en saison froide et montre des pullulations
fort désagréables, mais elle peut également
s’attaquer aux cultures (soja, fruits et légumes).
Du fait de sa grande polyphagie et des risques
potentiels, elle est inscrite sur la liste d’alerte de
l’Organisation européenne et méditerranéenne
pour la protection des plantes (OEPP -
EPPO). H. halys est bien établie en Amérique
Halyomorpha halys (Stål, ), la Punaise diabolique,
nouvelle espèce pour la faune de France
(Heteroptera Pentatomidae)
Henry CALLOT * & Christophe BRUA **
*  rue Wimpheling, f- Strasbourg
henry.callot@free.fr
**  rue d’Adelshoen, f- Schiltigheim
Résumé. – Cet article signale les premières observations de Halyomorpha halys (Stål, ) (Punaise diabolique,
marmorated stink bug, Marmorierte Baumwanze) en France.
Summary. Halyomorpha halys (Stål, 1855), the marmorated stink bug, new species for the fauna of France
(Heteroptera Pentatomidae). In this article the rst observations of Halyomorpha halys (Stål, )
(Punaise diabolique, marmorated stink bug, Marmorierte Baumwanze) in France are reported.
Keywords.Halyomorpha halys, Rhaphigaster nebulosa, Pentatomidae, Alsace, France
LEntomologiste, tome 69, 2013, n° 2 : 69 – 71
Photo 1. – Détail du monument évoquant la
«Hirsenbreifahrt» au coin de la rue de Zurich
et de la place du Pont-aux-Chats à Strasbourg
(cliché H. Callot).
Photo 2. Halyomorpha halys (Stål, ).
Schiltigheim (Bas-Rhin), --, taille  mm
(C. Brua leg., H. Callot det. et cliché).
70 L’Entomologiste, tome 69, n° 2
du Nord depuis  où elle porte le surnom
de «marmorated stink bug» (no comment…).
Elle est parfois surnommée en français « la
Punaise diabolique» [F, ]. Depuis
cette date elle a envahi une bonne partie de
l’Amérique du Nord, de côte à côte. En Europe
sa première tête de pont a été Zurich en 
et elle a été observée dans plusieurs stations du
canton [W et al.,   
      en ligne]. Elle
a ensuite étendu son aire de répartition aux
cantons de Bâle-Ville, Saint-Gall et Schahouse
[WK, ]. En , elle a été
trouvée pour la première fois en Allemagne à
Constance, sur la frontière suisse [H,
].
Sa détermination pose un petit problème
dans la mesure où cette Punaise ressemble
beaucoup à une espèce commune en Europe,
Rhaphigaster nebulosa (Poda, ), la
Punaise nébuleuse ou Punaise grise. Quand
on est attentif (voir plus loin), on peut les
distinguer assez facilement car à la diérence
de R. nebulosa, H. halys est dépourvue d’une
longue apophyse portée par le premier segment
abdominal (Photo ), sa membrane est striée de
brun, ses angles pronotaux sont plus saillants,
la silhouette de sa tête est diérente et enn son
allure générale est plus aplatie.
La première capture alsacienne date des 
et --. Il s’agit de deux exemplaires
attirés par une lampe UV placée sur un balcon
à Strasbourg. Cette lampe « drague » très
ecacement les insectes en provenance du Jardin
botanique de l’Université voisin, jardin dont
l’inventaire entomologique est en cours sous la
responsabilité d’un des auteurs (HC). Comme
prévisible, ces exemplaires étaient soigneusement
rangés… sous le nom de Raphigaster nebulosa.
Un troisième exemplaire a été apporté au Musée
zoologique de la même université par M. Heintz
de Schiltigheim, banlieue nord de Strasbourg, le
--. Cet insecte vaquait dans un logement.
Les quatrième et cinquième exemplaires ont
été trouvés également à Schiltigheim (C. Brua
leg.), le premier dans un logement le --
, le second sur le mur d’une maison le -
-. Ce n’est qu’en présence du quatrième
exemplaire que l’un des auteurs (HC), stimulé
par la suspicion du collecteur (CB), a pris la
peine de vérier son identité et celle des autres
spécimens. Enn, un sixième exemplaire
dormait anonymement depuis l’an dernier
dans la collection du second auteur (CB,
Schiltigheim, --, à l’extérieur sur un
mur).
L’insecte est donc bien établi dans
l’agglomération strasbourgeoise et sera
certainement trouvé ailleurs dans la région,
avant qu’il ne s’aventure plus loin. Sa présence
à Bâle fait penser qu’il a déjà mis le pied dans le
Haut-Rhin, en particulier dans les banlieues de
Bâle situées en Alsace.
Remerciements. – Les auteurs remercient tous
ceux qui ont répondu à leurs demandes de
renseignements, en particulier Jean-Claude Streito
(INRA, Montpellier).
Références bibliographiques
B C.  C H.,  en ligne. – Insectes
exotiques observés en Alsace. Site de la Société
Alsacienne d’Entomologie. Disponible sur
internet : <http://sites.estvideo.net/sae/spp_
invasives.html> (consulté le --).
C H. B C., . – Insectes invasifs et
envahissants en Alsace. Bulletin de l’Association
Philomathique d’Alsace et de Lorraine, 44 (-
): - et -.
F A., . – La punaise diabolique... et les
malins. Insectes, 161: .
Henry CALLOT & Christophe BRUA
Photo 3. – Face ventrale d’Halyomorpha halys, inerme
(à gauche) et de Rhaphigaster nebulosa, armée
d’une longue apophyse dirigée vers l’avant (à
droite) (clichés H. Callot).
L’Entomologiste, tome 69, n° 2 71
H T.  W D.,  en ligne. – Die
marmorierte Baumwanze, Halyomorpha
halys. Disponible sur internet : <http://www.
halyomorphahalys.com> (consulté le --).
H R., . – Erster Nachweis von
Halyomorpha halys (Stål, ) (Heteroptera:
Pentatomidae) für Deutschland. Heteropteron,
36: -.
OEPP Service d’Information, . – /
Premier signalement de Halyomorpha halys en
Suisse: addition à la liste d’alerte de l’OEPP, 10:
-. Disponible sur internet : <http://archives.
eppo.int/EPPOReporting//Rsf-.pdf>
(consulté le --).
P J., . – Hémiptères Pentatomoidea Euro-
méditerranéens. Volume . Podopinae et Asopinae.
Faune de France . Paris, Fédération Française
des Sociétés de Sciences Naturelles.,  p.
Addenda au volume : Halyomorpha halys (Stål,
): -.
W D.  K P., . – Key for the
separation of Halyomorpha halys Stål from
similar-appearing pentatomids (Insecta :
Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) occurring in Central
Europe, with new swiss records. Mitteilungen der
Schweizerischen Entomologischen Gesellschaft, 83 :
-.
W B., W D.  F B.,
. – First record of an invasive bug in Europe:
Halyomorpha halys Stål,  (Heteroptera :
Pentatomidae), a new pest on woody ornamentals
and fruit trees ? Mitteilungen der Schweizerischen
Entomologischen Gesellschaft, 81: 1-8.
Manuscrit reçu le  mars ,
accepté le  avril .
Halyomorpha halys (Stål, ), la Punaise diabolique, nouvelle espèce pour la faune de France
(Heteroptera Pentatomidae)
Parmi les livres
Carl ZIMMER & Douglas J. EMLEN.Evolution. Making Sense of the Life. Greenwood Village (Colorado),
Roberts & Company, ,  pages. isbn -. Prix :  . Pour en savoir plus : www.roberts-
publishers.com
À chaque fois que je corresponds avec Doug
Emlen, je repense aux crottes de singes qui,
à Barro Colorado, le matin, me tombaient
sur le crâne, doublées de leurs Scarabéides :
il me conseilla justement un chapeau. Emlen
à cette époque était un postgraduate et moi,
vieillissant, un invité de STRI, à Panama. Emlen
a fait une carrière brillante, avec les Scarabéides
coprophages et leurs cornes variables ; l’origine
de ces protubérances, comme celle des castes
des insectes eusociaux, est multiple et due à un
cocktail d’hormones associées à la qualité de la
nourriture et à la génétique.
Voilà un gros volume, agréablement écrit et
superbement illustré, digne de gurer, la couleur
en plus, à côté des livres récents sur l’évolution,
dont ceux de Mary Jane West-Eberhard ()
et d’Eva Jablonka (). Le texte n’est pas
étriqué, comme certains écrits récents, et
surtout dépourvu de fautes apparentes: un livre
quasiment parfait, richement et habilement
illustré et qui est loué de tous ceux qui l’ont lu et
parcouru, tels Marlene Zuk et Richard Lenski. ;
un livre pour les étudiants en biologie et pour
les professeurs, pour leur rafraîchir la mémoire
et les renseigner des idées et découvertes
nouvelles. Zimmer, « lecturer » à l’Université
de Yale, et Emlen, professeur à l’Université du
Montana, ont certainement excellé. Douglas
nous prépare d’ailleurs une autre surprise, un
autre livre de biologie sur plusieurs de ses sujets
préférés. Remarquons là, la supériorité d’un
livre, totalement en couleurs, écrit à deux, et
qui, toujours chez les Américains, est ensuite
soumis à des censeurs pour éviter les erreurs
toujours possibles. La couverture du livre
représente Phyllium ericariai, des Philippines,
toujours homochrome avec son substrat végétal,
mais qui, à partir de la même mère, développe
des formes vertes, jaunâtres ou brunes, toutes
gurées ici, qui probablement se déplacent sur
un fond similaire.
L’ouvrage débute avec un tableau de
l’évolution de la Terre, depuis l’origine et
l’apparition du système solaire, il y a , milliards
d’années, jusqu’à l’arrivée de l’Homme. Le livre
... Its known native range is China, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan (Hoffman, 1931;Kobayashi, 1967;Hoebeke and Carter, 2003;Bernon, 2004). H. halys was detected in North America in 1998 and since then has spread within the US (Hoebeke and Carter, 2003;Leskey et al., 2012a) and has also been found in Europe (Callot and Brua, 2013;Haye et al., 2015;Wermelinger et al., 2008), and South America (Faúndez and Rider, 2017). In 2012, it was detected in North Italy and by 2018 reached North-western Italy (Bosco et al. 2020). ...
... H. halys was detected for the first time in Europe in 2004 in Liechtenstein and the first outbreaks were declared in 2007 in Zurich, Switzerland (Wermelinger et al., 2008). In France, the first record dates back to 2012 in the Alsace region (Callot and Brua, 2013;Streito et al., 2014). Since then, this insect has spread through the country and its presence was reported in 2013 in Paris (Garrouste et al., 2014), in 2015 in Toulouse and the Landes region (located in the south of Bordeaux) (Labatut and Géry, 2019) and in 2018 in urban areas near Bordeaux (Maurel et al., 2016;Streito et al., 2020). ...
Article
Full-text available
Here we report the first detection of Halyomorpha halys (Stål, 1855) in Bordeaux vineyards. The species is native to Eastern Asia and was introduced to France in 2012. Halyomorpha halys is highly polyphagous and causes significant damage to various crops, including grapevines. From 2018 to 2020, Pentatomidae species were collected in vineyards in the Bordeaux region. In 2020, the first nymphs and adults of H. halys were identified in the plot centres. The study emphasizes the need for field population monitoring in risk assessment and, consequently, risk management.
... The trapped specimens were not identified until 2007, when the same individuals of the species were found on numerous exotic ornamental shrubs at five different sites in Zurich, Switzerland (Ciceoi, 2016). After Switzerland, H. halys was found in Germany (Heckman, 2012), France (Callot and Brua, 2013), Greece (Milonas and Partsinevelos, 2014), Italy (Maistrello et al., 2014), Hungary (Vétek et al., 2014), Romania (Macavei et al., 2015), Austria (Rabitsch and Friebe, 2015), Serbia (Šeat, 2015), Russia (Mityushev, 2016), Spain , Slovenia (Rot, 2018), Bosnia and Herzegovina (Rice et al., 2014). In addition, H. halys feeds on weeds (e.g., burdock, Arctium spp. ...
Article
Full-text available
The brown marmorated stink bug (Halyomorpha halys (Stål, 1855)) is an extremely polyphagous invasive insect originating from East Asia. It causes damage by feeding on fruit trees and shrubs, legumes, forest trees, and ornamental shrubs and trees. The pest has successfully established in North America and Europe and causes economic damage to agricultural production. The first discovery of H. halys in Croatia occurred in 2017 in the coastal region in Rijeka. In 2018, the pest was sporadically observed in urban areas of Sveta Nedelja, Zagreb and Vukovar, and a total of 22 specimens of H. halys were found in single and multi-family houses in eight locations. The discovery of the species in the continental part of the country is evidence of the spread of this species in Croatia. During 2019, the first mass occurrence of the pest was detected in the rural area of Zagreb (Drenčec) in a soybean field. A total of 723 specimens of H. halys were identified. The average number of stink bugs per 10 plants was 14 specimens, which poses a serious threat to soybean production in the area. The very rapid spread of the pest from urban to rural areas and the establishment of its local populations is evidence of the invasive nature of the species and a warning signal for farmers in Croatia. To prevent the spread and mass occurrence of H. halys on agricultural land and to minimise possible damage to agricultural production, it is necessary to constantly monitor the pest and, if necessary, to take appropriate protective measures in agriculture.
... Halyomorpha halys (Stal) (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) is an invasive insect pest that attacks crop species and causes substantial economic damage [1]. This insect family is native to various East Asian countries, including China, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan, where it is treated as a biological enemy and therefore, does not spread uncontrollably. ...
... It was first reported in Europe in Zurich, Switzerland in 2007 and later in other European countries . It was reported in Liechtenstein (Rice et al. 2014;Seat 2015), France (Rice et al. 2014;Callot and Brua 2013) Germany (Rice et al. 2014;Heckmann 2012), Italy (Rice et al. 2014;EPPO 2013), New Zealand (Rice et al. 2014;Harris 2010), Greece (Milonas and Partsinevelos 2014), Hungary (Vetek et al. 2014), Australia (Rice et al. 2014), Canada (Rice et al. 2014;Fogain and Graff 2011), Serbia, Romania, Spain, Bulgaria ( Kistner 2017) , Russia, Malta (Tassini and Mifsud 2019) and Slovakia (Hemala and Kment 2017). It was also found in Kazakhstan in central Asia (Esenbekova 2017). ...
Article
Full-text available
The brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB) is an important invasive stink bug species which is native to Asia and spread to America causing serious losses to agricultural crops. Laboratory experiments were conducted to assess the preference of BMSB for three phenological growth stages (leaf, flower and pod) of two cowpea cultivars (Early Scarlet and Mississippi Silver). These two cowpea cultivars were selected based on a previous multiple choice and no choice experiments in which they were highly preferred by the BMSB compared to the other host plants which included soybean, corn, sunflower and princess tree leaves. To assess host plant selection by the BMSB, we used a four-arm olfactometer to determine plant volatile involvement in the observed preferences and in the decision making of the insects. The Noldus Observer XT video system was used to record the insect's activities based on visual cues. Results from these experiments show that BMSBs were attracted to both the vegetative and reproductive structures of Mississippi Silver, an indication that this cowpea variety could be used as a trap crop, although it should be verified through field experiment.
... The first records of H. halys in Europe date back to 2004 when the specimens were observed in Liechtenstein and Switzerland (Wermelinger et al. 2008, Arnold 2009). Since then, H. halys has been spreading continuously all over the continent and, to date, it has been recorded in many countries, such as: Germany in 2011 (Heckmann 2012), France and Italy in 2012 (Callot & Brua 2013, Maistrello et al. 2014) and Hungary and Romania in 2014 (Vétek et al. 2014, Macavei et al. 2015. In the Balkan Peninsula, the species was recorded for the first time in Greece in 2011 (Milonas & Partsinevelos 2014), in the urban zone of Athens. ...
Article
Full-text available
The brown marmorated stink bug Halyomorpha halys is one of the most harmful invasive insect species worldwide. Originating from Asia, this species invaded first North America and later the European continent, where it has soon become widely spread. There have been no official data of the presence of H. halys on territory of the Republic of North Macedonia, although the species was recorded in the neighbouring countries: Serbia, Bulgaria, Greece and most recently in Albania. This paper reports the first record of H. halys in two regions of R. North Macedonia: in the town of Gevgelija, situated close to the Greek border and in the capital Skopje. The transport as a stowaway and natural dispersal across borders are discussed as potential pathways of introduction of the pest species in this country. The establishment and further spread of H. halys in R. North Macedonia could be expected in the future.
Article
Full-text available
The arrival, establishment and pest status of Halyomorpha halys in Europe and non-native countries in Asia have been well-documented, with thorough characterisation of the genetic diversity and occurrence of cytochrome oxidase I (COI) haplotypes in Switzerland, France, Hungary, Italy and Greece. However, a number of gaps exist in terms of the characterisation of the haplotype diversity and occurrence of H. halys along the invasion front that covers eastern Europe, western and central Asia. To contribute towards filling this gap, the COI haplotype diversity and distribution were investigated for H. halys collected in Serbia, Ukraine, Russia, Georgia and Kazakhstan. A total of 646 specimens were analysed and five haplotypes were found (H1, H3, H8, H33 and H80). Haplotype H1 was present in all five countries investigated and was the only haplotype detected amongst > 500 specimens collected from Ukraine, Russia and Georgia. H1 (82%) was the dominant haplotype found in Kazakhstan, alongside H3 (18%). In contrast to the low or no diversity observed in these four countries, Serbia had higher haplotype diversity and was represented by five haplotypes. Although H3 was dominant (47%) in Serbia, H1 was also prevalent (40%); the remaining haplotypes (H8, H33 and H80) were minor contributors (1–11%) to the haplotype composition. The results are discussed in context with other known populations in neighbouring countries and patterns of haplotype diversity indicate the movement of successful invasive populations in Europe to generate secondary invasions along the eastern front of the invasion in Eurasia. Possible scenarios regarding the spread of particular haplotypes in these regions are discussed, along with suggestions for future research to fill existing gaps.
Article
The arrival, establishment and pest status of Halyomorpha halys in Europe and non-native countries in Asia have been well-documented, with thorough characterisation of the genetic diversity and occurrence of cytochrome oxidase I (COI) haplotypes in Switzerland, France, Hungary, Italy and Greece. However, a number of gaps exist in terms of the characterisation of the haplotype diversity and occurrence of H. halys along the invasion front that covers eastern Europe, western and central Asia. To contribute towards filling this gap, the COI haplotype diversity and distribution were investigated for H. halys collected in Serbia, Ukraine, Russia, Georgia and Kazakhstan. A total of 646 specimens were analysed and five haplotypes were found (H1, H3, H8, H33 and H80). Haplotype H1 was present in all five countries investigated and was the only haplotype detected amongst > 500 specimens collected from Ukraine, Russia and Georgia. H1 (82%) was the dominant haplotype found in Kazakhstan, alongside H3 (18%). In contrast to the low or no diversity observed in these four countries, Serbia had higher haplotype diversity and was represented by five haplotypes. Although H3 was dominant (47%) in Serbia, H1 was also prevalent (40%); the remaining haplotypes (H8, H33 and H80) were minor contributors (1–11%) to the haplotype composition. The results are discussed in context with other known populations in neighbouring countries and patterns of haplotype diversity indicate the movement of successful invasive populations in Europe to generate secondary invasions along the eastern front of the invasion in Eurasia. Possible scenarios regarding the spread of particular haplotypes in these regions are discussed, along with suggestions for future research to fill existing gaps.
Article
Full-text available
Halyomorpha halys (Stål, 1855), the brown marmorated stinkbug (BMSB) is a highly successful invasive species, native to eastern Asia. It has managed to spread into North America and Europe in recent decades, causing severe damage to various crops. BMSB has been detected in Europe in 2004 and has since expanded in more than 20 countries from Sweden to Greece and Spain to Turkey, the South European Territory of Russia (Krasnodar region) and Abkhazia. In 2012, we set up a citizen science survey to monitor BMSB expansion in France. The present crowdsourcing survey was initiated in 2012 and provided a large number of occurrence points of BMSB. These data allowed to track the expansion of the species in France from 2012 to 2019 and brought information about its phenology and distribution in various habitats. The dataset comprises both valid and invalid sightings, thereby allowing us to examine changes in the quality of citizen reports during the course of the survey. Despite a large proportion of misidentifications, the survey provided a large number of valid occurrences. Furthermore, valuable information on hemipterans of Pentatomidae and Coreidae families entering habitations were also gathered. The dataset also illustrates that, although designed for a large public, the Agiir application was mostly used by urban dwellers with very few sightings stemming from professionals of agricultural sectors.
Article
Full-text available
Fifth-instar brown marmorated stink bug (Halyomorpha halys Stål) nymphs were treated by gamma-radiation 60Co at different doses of 8–64 Gy to investigate their irradiation biology and potential for the sterile insect technique (SIT). At adult emergence, males were mated with non-irradiated virgin females to assess the longevity of both sexes, female fecundity, and egg sterility. Biological parameters of their F1 progeny were investigated to determine whether negative effects from parental exposure to radiation were inherited. Results showed that irradiation significantly reduced the lifespan of male insects at doses above 20 Gy. Irradiated males did not affect the longevity and fecundity of their female partners, nor of their resulting adult progenies, but it did reduce the developmental duration of nymphs as well as weight gain of male F1 offspring. Egg hatch was significantly reduced at all tested doses and reached complete sterility at 64 Gy. Low hatch of eggs produced by F1 or F1 crossed adults indicated that negative effects from radiation were inherited by the subsequent generation. But F1 male offspring were not less fertile than their irradiated male parent, unlike what was observed in Lepidoptera. The results support the potential for the use of SIT for H. halys management by irradiating the fifth-instar male nymphs at doses from 16 Gy to 64 Gy.
en ligne. -Die marmorierte Baumwanze, Halyomorpha halys
  • T Haye
  • D Wyniger
Haye T. & Wyniger D., 2013 en ligne. -Die marmorierte Baumwanze, Halyomorpha halys. Disponible sur internet : <http://www. halyomorphahalys.com> (consulté le 12-iv-2013).
Premier signalement de Halyomorpha halys en Suisse : addition à la liste d'alerte de l'OEPP
OEPP Service d'Information, 2008. -2008/200 Premier signalement de Halyomorpha halys en Suisse : addition à la liste d'alerte de l'OEPP, 10 : 8-11. Disponible sur internet : <http://archives. eppo.int/EPPOReporting/2008/Rsf-0810.pdf> (consulté le 25-iii-2013).
Hémiptères Pentatomoidea Euroméditerranéens
  • J Péricart
Péricart J., 2010. -Hémiptères Pentatomoidea Euroméditerranéens. Volume 3. Podopinae et Asopinae. Faune de France 93. Paris, Fédération Française des Sociétés de Sciences Naturelles., 290 p.
Key for the separation of Halyomorpha halys Stål from similar-appearing pentatomids (Insecta : Heteroptera : Pentatomidae) occurring in Central Europe, with new swiss records
  • D Wyniger
  • P Kment
Wyniger D. & Kment P., 2010. -Key for the separation of Halyomorpha halys Stål from similar-appearing pentatomids (Insecta : Heteroptera : Pentatomidae) occurring in Central Europe, with new swiss records. Mitteilungen der Schweizerischen Entomologischen Gesellschaft, 83 : 261-270.