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European Oak Borer - Agrilus sulcicollis

European Oak BorerThe European Oak Borer (Agrilus sulcicollis[Lacordaire]) is a potential threat to the oak forest in North America. Native to Europe the European Oak Borer was introduced to North America in Michingan and Ontario.

Photo by: Milan Zubrik, Forest Research Institute - Slovakia, Bugwood.org

Agrilus sulcicollis Risk MapSample Areas were developed using the Susceptibility Surface. A total of 1,000 sample areas were assigned to one of four risk categories. Relative certainties were assigned to each category in order to create increasing plot intensifications for increasing risk stratums.

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Risk Maps
Contiguous US Preview PDF
Introduction Potential Picture Preview 210 KB Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 140 KB
Establishment Potential Picture Preview 210 KB Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 192 KB
Susceptibility Potential Picture Preview 190 KB Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 844 KB
Survey Sample Area Picture Preview 206 KB Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 870 KB
Methods
Maps and Text PDF files of how each map was produced.
Contiguous US   PDF
Introduction Potential   Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 154 KB
Establishment Potential   Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 221 KB
Susceptibility Potential   Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 857 KB
Survey Sample Area   Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 881 KB
GIS Grids
Compressed as ZIP files.
Contiguous US    
Introduction Potential   Zip file 421 KB
Establishment Potential   Zip file 494 KB
Susceptibility Potential   Zip file 521 KB
Survey Sample Area   Zip file 1 MB

Pest Risk Assessment Information:
Agrilus sulcicollis (Coleoptera: Buprestidae), a New Alien Species in North America
(Website)
First Report of the European oak Borer in North America
(Website)
North American Plant Protection Organization's Official Pest Report for Agrilus sulcicollis (Website)

Species characteristics, biology, identification:
Bug Guide Agrilus sulcicollis (Website)
Discriminating Agrius sulcicollis (Lacordaire) from Agrilus cyanescens Ratzenburg
(PDF)
Emerald Ash Borer and European Oak Borer: Two newly detected invasive wood-boring beetles threatening ash and oak trees in New York
(PDF)

Host:
Agrilus sulcicollis (Lacordaire) Host List (PDF)

Steering Committee Members:

Marla C. Downing, FHTET Lead
Daniel M. Borchert, APHIS PPQ
Frank H. Koch, NCSU
Frank J. Sapio, USFS FHTET
Bill D. Smith, USFS SRS
Robert A. Haack, USFS NRS
Roger D. Magarey, NCSU

Contact
Marla C. Downing
Biological Scientist
Email:

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