You may have seen these pesky critters in past years around Forbes/Whitman.
According to Princeton Patch, the climate of New Jersey is the ripe for the invasion of the brown marmorated stink bug (Halyomorpha halys), a species originally from Asia. According to a recent report, NJ had “severe agricultural and nuisance problems” due to the stinkbugs.
Between this + cicadas + those weird silverfish + cockroaches in the junior slums, Princeton may just be a hotbed of vermin. (How could we forget the beloved squirrels though?)
Read more about the Great Stink Bug Risk of 2013 here.