It’s that time of year again in the Midlands:
Your plan to sit outside on a beautiful autumn day is spoiled by—-the Insidious Flower Bug.
The definition of “insidious” can also mean “evil.”
For years, residents of Nebraska and other midwestern states have found out these tiny, black-and-tan insects pack a painful bite.
They’re barely the size of a pinhead and appear around harvest season near vegetation, and can be found until the first frost.