Stink Bugs Lay Dark or Light Eggs, Depending on Amount of Light

Female stink bugs lay eggs that are sometimes dark and sometimes light, depending on the amount of light on the surface of the egg-laying area. The newly discovered adaptation may explain why some stink bug species are able to deposit their eggs on top of leaves, as the darker-colored eggs are better protected from UV […]

Source: Entomology Today

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