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Invasive Pest Risk Maps

Oak Splendor Beetle - Agrilus biguttatus (Fabricus)

The oak splendor beetle (Agrilus biguttatus [Fabricius]) is a potential threat to the oak forest in North America. Native to Europe the oak splendor beetle is a strong flier and is easily transported via wood packing materials and or firewood.

Sample 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.

Risk Maps (Contiguous US)
Map Type Map Methods Metadata GIS Grids
Introduction Potential Adobe Acrobat File 2MB Adobe Acrobat File 2MB Adobe Acrobat File 111KB Zip file 338KB
Establishment Potential Adobe Acrobat File 2.7MB Adobe Acrobat File 2.7MB Adobe Acrobat File 233B Zip file 745KB
Susceptibility Potential Adobe Acrobat File 2.7MB Adobe Acrobat File 2.7MB Adobe Acrobat File 248KB Zip file 646KB
Survey Sample Area Adobe Acrobat File 2.8MB Adobe Acrobat File 2.7MB Adobe Acrobat File 247KB Zip file 1.2MB
Host:

Agrilus biguttatus (Waterhouse) Host List (PDF)

Associated Commodities:

Commodities likely associated with Agrilus biguttatus (PDF)

Forestry Images:

Agrilus biguttatus (Website)