Most people think of soapberry bugs as little more than a nuisance, if they think of them at all. Found across much of the southeastern United States, the oblong insect is harmless to humans and likes to hang out on plants native to the soapberry family, hence its straightforward name.
"Opening a Window to Evolution: David Angelini’s research on genetic adaptation gets push from McVey Data Science Initiative,"
Colby Magazine: Vol. 108
, Article 10.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.colby.edu/colbymagazine/vol108/iss1/10