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Insects from Asia found on Georgia kudzu vines

Something has found its way to American shores from Asia that feeds on the vine that ate the South.

It’s the Megacopta cribraria, also known as the globular stink bug.

The bug feeds on kudzu vines, which grow in abundance in Georgia. But the insect is not native to the state, let alone the Western Hemisphere.