It's brown, it's marmorated, it's a stinkbug

StinkbugOregon agriculture entomologists say one of the state's worst pests, the crop-eating brown marmorated stinkbug, moves indoors this time of year. You may see them clinging to walls, climbing up curtains or snuggled into couch cushions.

Brown marmorated stinkbugs can heavily damage fruit and vegetables, and tend to move indoors for the winter.
They let off a gnarly smell when agitated but aren't dangerous to people or pets. They don't harm structures and won't chew on your houseplants. Give them a warm place for the winter, however, and it's more likely their offspring will graze on your peppers, tomatoes or flowers next spring and summer. 

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