Stink bugs to bed bugs: It's been a creepy, crawly year
From cicadas to Asian long-horned beetles, insects have had a way of creeping into headlines this year. The U.S. have been visited by the nefarious bed bug this summer, so much so that the 2010 North American Bed Bug Summit has been called to order in Chicago. And the dreaded stink bug has been raising a ruckus, as well. The Post's Adrian Higgins advises liberal use of caulk as a way to keep unwanted bugs from intruding on your stoop. But despite the best precautions, they still manage to slip inside somehow. Take for instance, the multi-legged beauty in the above photograph. It dropped by for a visit to my bathroom the other day. I named him Gams.
I know you've got photos of your favorite home intruders, from stink bugs to silverfish. Send them our way here so we can all commiserate on the unwanted guests.
| September 23, 2010; 3:00 PM ET
Categories: The Daily Catch
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