en Sloe bug
Dolycoris baccarum, the sloe bug, is a species of shield bug in the family Pentatomidae. It is widespread in most of Europe and Central Asia. These shield bugs mainly inhabit hedgerows and woodland edges, fields, forests, parks and gardens.
Adults can be found all year around, as they overwinter. They emerge in the following spring, when they mate and females lay eggs. By the end of summer the new generation of adults appear. Larvae feed on many plants, especially Rosaceae and Asteraceae species. Adults can be found frequently on shrubs feeding on berries like honeysuckle and raspberry. (source: Wikipedia)