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USDA Reminds Public: Don’t Move Wood Out of Areas Quarantined for Asian Longhorned Beetle Nov 13, 2018, 7:03:24 PM GMT Contact: Rhonda Santos, (508) 852-8044 Rhonda.J.Santos@aphis.usda.gov Suzanne Bond (301) 851-4070 Suzanne.M.Bond@aphis.usda.gov Washington D.C., November 13, 2018— As winter approaches, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service ...

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Asian Longhorned Beetle. [Known Host] Map of Number of Trees on Timberland Potentially Infested by Asian Longhorned Beetle. [Genera Host] Potential Damage from Asian Longhorned Beetle “Urban Forests, Human Health, and Environmental Quality ” A research work unit of the USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station SUNY ESF, 1 Forestry Drive,

forestinvasives.ca/.../Insects/Asian-Long-Horned-Beetle

Asian Long-Horned Beetle (ALB) is an insect native to several Asian countries, including China and Korea. The beetle was introduced into Canada when infested wood from plantations was used as packaging material for cargo being shipped to North America.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asian_long-horned_beetle

The Asian long-horned beetle (Anoplophora glabripennis), also known as the starry sky, sky beetle, or ALB, is native to eastern China, Japan, and Korea.This species has now been accidentally introduced into the United States, where it was first discovered in 1996, as well as Canada, and several countries in Europe, including Austria, France, Germany, Italy and UK.

www.maine.gov/dacf/php/caps/ALB/ALBdamagepics.shtml

Asian Longhorned Beetle (ALB) Signs and Damage Pictures The primary host trees for Asian longhorned beetle (ALB) are maple (Acer sp.), birch (Betula sp.), elm (Ulmus sp.), willow (Salix sp.), and horsechestnut (Aesculus sp.).Look for these signs year-round on those trees:

www.aphis.usda.gov/.../asian-longhorned-beetle

The Asian Longhorned Beetle (Anoplophora glabripennis, or ALB) is a threat to America's hardwood trees.With no current cure, early identification and eradication are critical to its control. It currently infests areas in Massachusetts, New York and Ohio.

nyis.info/invasive_species/asian-longhorned-beetle

The Asian longhorned beetle (Anoplophora glabripennis) is a wood-boring beetle believed to have been introduced into the U.S. on wood pallets and wood packing material in cargo shipments from Asia (the beetle’s native range includes China and Korea). Asian longhorned beetle (ALB) larvae bore through wood of a wide variety of hardwood species ...

cisr.ucr.edu/asian_beetle.html

The Asian Long-Horned Beetle, Anoplophora glabripennis The Situation: An exotic long-horned beetle was first discovered attacking ornamental trees in New York City and Chicago.Detections of this pest have since been made in most states in the northeastern portion of the United States as well as in California beginning in 1996.

extension.colostate.edu/docs/pubs/insect/Asian_Beetle.pdf

Asian Longhorned Beetle in Colorado - Identification of Insects and Damage of Similar Appearance Matt Camper and Whitney Cranshaw The Asian longhorned beetle (ALB), Anoplophora glabripennis, is a wood boring beetle of Asian origin that was first detected in Brooklyn in 1996. Two years later a separate infestation was found in the Chicago suburbs.

www.nrs.fs.fed.us/.../invasive_species/alb/effects_impacts

Asian Longhorned Beetle . Effects and Impacts. ALB has the potential to cause extensive economic impact given its ability to infest and eventually kill hardwood trees in more than 15 plant families. If not eradicated, ALB will negatively affect forest product industries, maple syrup production, tourism and recreation, as well as trees in urban ...