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Goldspotted Oak Borer-Agrilus auroguttatus(Schaeffer)

Agrilus auroguttatus The Wildland Oak Resources at Risk Map from Agrilus auroguttatus (originally named Agrilus coxalis) was produced by the U.S. Forest Service, Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team (FHTET).

The map depicts the distribution and density of oak species that are confirmed hosts for Agrilus auroguttatus in the western United States.Agrilus auroguttatus Wildland Resources at Risk map Urban areas may also have susceptible oaks. The map does not include where Agrilus auroguttatus occurs or where it might establish. Three datasets were used to produce the map: Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA), Little’s Atlas of United States Trees, and Urban Areas.

Risk Map
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Wildland Resources at Risk Picture Preview 214 KB Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 214 KB

Pest Risk Assessment Information:
Pest Alert (PDF)
Tree Notes (PDF)
Field Identification Guide (PDF)
Agrilus auroguttatus Pest Risk Assessment (PDF)
Coleman et al. 2011. Forest Ecology and Management Paper (PDF)
FHP Pacific Southwest Region Report (PDF)
State and Private Forestry - Pacific Southwest Region Agrilus auroguttatus (website)
Cleveland National Forest Website (Website)
University of California, Riverside (Website)

Agrilus auroguttatus Host List (PDF)

Steering Committee Members:

Tom Coleman, FHP R5
Frank H. Koch, NCSU
Bill D. Smith, USFS SRS
Sheri Smith, FHP R5
Steven J. Seybold, USFS, PSW
Robert C. Venette USFS NRS

Frank Sapio
FHTET Director

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