Anoplophora glabripennis

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Synonyms for Anoplophora glabripennis

a beetle from China that has been found in the United States and is a threat to hardwood trees

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In 1996, he raised the official alarm that the Asian long-horned beetle, a dark, star-spangled beauty about the size of a peanut shell, had gotten loose in the United States.
No emerald ash borer or Asian long-horned beetles have been detected in Pennsylvania.
Department of Agriculture's task of combating the Asian long-horned beetle in New York and Chicago is incorporating the efforts of AMERICAN FORESTS' Big Tree sponsor, The Davey Tree Expert Company.
Brush chipping will be done at Adams Road garage only due to the Asian long-horned beetle regulated area.
Dangerous Wood-boring Insects, Including the Asian Long-Horned Beetle, Are
In 2009, she worked with a group of students to organize a community event to help with the reforestation effort of the Burncoat neighborhood after the infestation of the Asian long-horned beetle.
Caldwell says there may be some commercialization opportunities for local startups such as BioForest Technologies, which is field testing an environmentally-friendly pesticide and injection kit to fight the Asian long-horned beetle.
In 2009, she worked with a dedicated group of students to organize a community event to help with the reforestation of the Burncoat neighborhood following the infestation of the Asian Long-horned Beetle.
An environmentally friendly pesticide and injector system that stops the Asian long-horned beetle in its tracks may be the impetus for a Sault Ste.
Moylan the city's point person in dealing with the invasive Asian long-horned beetle.
More than a few syrup producers are nervous the Asian long-horned beetle is making its home in the maple trees of New York's Central Park.
Vieira said, and does not have Asian long-horned beetle or emerald ash borer, two insect pests of statewide concern.
Since the early 1990s, we have seen citrus canker ravaging oranges in Florida, Asian long-horned beetles devastating maple trees by the thousands in the East, the plum pox virus in Pennsylvania threatening an entire harvest and the introduction of the glassy winged sharpshooter pest that could destroy the California wine and grape industry," says Pierre Tada, USCSC co-chair.
New York City began inoculating its hardwoods this spring to try to combat further infestation of Asian long-horned beetles.
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