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Hawthorn shield bug Imago Nymph Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Hemiptera Family: Acanthosomatidae Genus: Acanthosoma Species: A. haemorrhoidale Binomial name Acanthosoma haemorrhoidale (Linnaeus, 1758) The hawthorn shield bug, Acanthosoma haemorrhoidale, is a common European shield bug.[1] Its chief food is haws, the fruit of the hawthorn tree, but adults can overwinter on a diet of leaves, and individuals can be found on many potential food plants, including pedunculate oak, sessile oak and whitebeam.[2] They may grow up to 17 mm long, and are camouflaged in shades of green and brown. Like many so-called "stink bugs", they may release unpleasant odours when disturbed.[3] The hawthorn shield bug is found across Europe, from Portugal to Russia, and is common in the southern part of Great Britain. Its distribution appears to be spreading north, being only reported as far north as Birmingham in 1892, but having now extended its range to Northern England and even the Scottish Highlands.[4] The hawthorn shield bug is a distinctive species, but could be confused with the birch shield bug, Elasmostethus interstinctus.[5] References ^ Michael Chinery (1993). Insects of Britain and Northern Europe (3rd edition ed.). Collins. ISBN 0-00-219918-1.  ^ "Hawthorn shieldbug — Acanthosoma haemorrhoidale". English Nature. Retrieved 2007-05-08.  ^ G. Bradley (2006). "Hawthorn shield bug". UK Safari.  ^ "Hawthorn Shieldbug Acanthosoma haemorrhoidale". Tullie House Museum. Retrieved 2007-05-08.  ^ Tristan Bantock & Joseph Botting (2009). "Hawthorn Shieldbug Acanthosoma haemorrhoidale". British Bugs: an onine identification guide to UK Hemiptera.  This article related to members of the insect order Hemiptera is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e