A Parasitic Bug May Have Been Spotted In Pittsburgh And Its Bite Can Be Deadly

Pittsburghers are generally accustomed to the insects – mosquitoes, bees, and hornets – that return during the warmer months. The spring and summer of 2019 also signaled the return of the cicadas – loud but harmless to humans – for many areas of Western Pennsylvania. However, a parasitic bug has also been spotted throughout the state. Here’s what you need to know about the kissing bug in Pittsburgh.

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Have you heard of the kissing bug before? Join the conversation in the comments! Have you been in an area where the cicadas have reemerged? Click here to read more.