The Asian longhorned beetle has not been found in Maine. If you suspect Asian longhorned beetle in Maine, please report it online, or call: The Asian longhorned beetle (ALB), Anoplophora glabripennis, is a woodboring beetle native to China.
Maine Bug Watch (invasive pest news) Maine Bug Watch (invasive pest news) 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 .
In Maine, people often encounter another kind of longhorned beetle, the Whitespotted Sawyer Beetle, and worry that it might be the Asian one. Sometimes the Western Conifer Seed Bug alarms people as well — fearing it might be the Asian Longhorned Beetle. Asian Longhorned Beetle (ALB) Report Form *required field *Date of beetle sighting (approximate is fine) *Location of beetle sighting (street address or intersection, town) *Description of beetle (size, shape, color, etc.) Types of trees nearby (e.g. pine, oak, maple, etc.).
The Asian longhorned beetle is a very interesting species to learn about. The research of this species was kind of difficult to research because I couldn't find a lot of information about it.
The Asian longhorned beetle attacks dozens of species from 15 plant families, especially maples, elms, and willows; Forests dominated by vulnerable species make up more than 10% of all U.S. forests. For more information about the Asian longhorned beetle, or to report a sighting, visit blog4you.info or blog4you.info Flyer design and content from a design by the Maine Department of Agriculture.
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The Asian long-horned beetle (Anoplophora glabripennis), also known as the starry sky, sky beetle, Asian longhorned beetle in Europe - life cycle, significance and combat infestation. USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Asian long-horned beetle blog4you.info: Cerambycidae. Invasion of the Longhorn Beetles In Worcester, Massachusetts, authorities are battling an invasive insect that is poised to devastate the forests of New England Researchers search for Asian Author: Peter Alsop.
AUGUSTA, Maine - Authorities in Maine and elsewhere in the country are asking residents to be on the lookout for the destructive Asian longhorned beetle this month. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says August is the best time of the year to check trees for the invasive pest, which destroys trees. 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.
The Asian longhorned beetle, or ALB, (Anoplophora glabripennis) is an invasive wood-boring insect that feeds on a variety of hardwoods including maple, birch, elm, ash, poplar, horsechestnut, and willow, among others. Native to China and Korea, the beetles are approximately inches long and shiny. This eNewsletter is designed to keep you up-to-date with Asian longhorned beetle (ALB) eradication efforts and serve as a meaningful resource for the most current information. Presently, there are active eradication programs operating in three states: New York, Massachusetts and Ohio.