Indoor Winter Nature in New Jersey — Western Conifer Bug.
I originally thought these were Stink Bugs, which also try to come indoors once the temperatures drops outside. They have similar colors, but the Western Conifer Bug is more elongated. I do wonder if the Conifer Bug is the reason many of my pine trees died, and had to be removed. Image taken with a Fuji X-T2 camera and 60 mm f/2.4 macro lens (ISO 200, 60 mm, f/2.4, 1/60 sec) with the pop-up flash.
I noticed this stink bug crawling up the wall. I didn’t see as many this winter. Is this the start of a spring invasion? [Note added later. This is not a stink bug, but rather a western conifer bug. The stink bugs are wider and more squat. The conifer bug are longer, and more narrow.]