AmorbusAmorbus — Nymph to Adult Stages Amorbus alternatus Amorbus robustus

Amorbus robustus, known as the Common Gum-Tree Bug or the Sap Sucking Bug, are a common Amorbus species. Like all the bugs in this genus, they can be found feeding on shoots and leaves of Eucalyptus trees.

Amorbus robustus (Common Gum-Tree Bug), Gold Coast QLD © Stefan Jones
Amorbus robustus (Common Gum-Tree Bug), Gold Coast QLD © Stefan Jones
Amorbus robustus (Common Gum-Tree Bug), Gold Coast QLD © Stefan Jones
Amorbus robustus (Common Gum-Tree Bug), Gold Coast QLD © Stefan Jones
Amorbus robustus (Common Gum-Tree Bug), Gold Coast QLD © Stefan Jones
Amorbus robustus (Common Gum-Tree Bug), Gold Coast QLD © Stefan Jones
Amorbus robustus (Common Gum-Tree Bug), Gold Coast QLD © Stefan Jones
Amorbus robustus (Common Gum-Tree Bug), Gold Coast QLD © Stefan Jones
Amorbus robustus (Common Gum-Tree Bug), Gold Coast QLD © Stefan Jones
Amorbus robustus (Common Gum-Tree Bug), Gold Coast QLD © Stefan Jones

  • Scientific classification
  • Kingdom: Animalia
  • Phylum: Arthropoda
  • Subphylum: Hexapoda
  • Class: Insecta
  • Informal: Pterygotes
  • Order: Hemiptera
  • Suborder: Heteroptera
  • Infraorder: Pentatomomorpha
  • Superfamily: Coreoidea
  • Family: Coreidae
  • Subfamily: Coreinae
  • Tribe: Amorbini
  • Genus: Amorbus
  • Species: Amorbus robustus


AmorbusNymph to Adult Stages Amorbus alternatus Amorbus robustus

Stink Bugs, Shield Bugs and AlliesAmorbus

InsectsBees Beetles Blattodea Butterflies Coleoptera Cicada Crabronidae Diptera Dragonflies & Damselflies Formicidae Hemiptera Heteroptera (True Bugs) Mango Planthopper Moths Orthoptera Orthopteroid Processionary Caterpillar Stink Bugs, Shield Bugs and Allies Syrphidae Wasps Water Scorpion (Laccotrephes tristis) Witchetty Grub