Common in North America, South America, and The Caribbean, this bug (Oncopeltus fasciatus) grows to a maximum size of 12mm.
Eastern Boxelder Bugs (Boisea trivittata) are native to the US. Bugs of this genus are identified by their dark color with a colored line.
Small Milkweed bugs (Lygaeus kalmii) have an oval-shaped body that’s mostly black.
Known as a mild pest, Two-lined Spittlebugs (Prosapia bicincta) have a dark, almost black body.
Growing to a size of up to 9.5mm, Harlequin Bugs (Murgantia histrionica) are mostly known for eating cabbages.
Found in North America, Milkweed Assassin bugs (Zelus longipes) have an elongated oval flattened body that grows to 18.5mm.
False Milkweed bugs (Lygaeus turcicus) are native to Eastern North America. These bugs have an oval-shaped flattened body with multiple red stripes.
Western Boxelder bugs (Boisea rubrolineata) live on the West Coast. They are very common in California around Los Angeles.
California Bordered Plant bugs (Largus californicus) get their name from the orange stripes bordering their body.
The Orange Assassin bug (Pselliopus barberi) is the most common type of black and orange bug in North America with a dominant orange color.