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Photo of Asian longhorned beetle adult on Norway Maple leaf.
ID: 1192
Asian longhorned beetle has broad climate adaptability and invasion potential

The Asian longhorned beetle has flexibility in its life history, putting it in a good position to successfully invade a broad range of locations ...

Principal Investigator : Melody Keena

Invasive Species2017NRS
Photo of Male Asian longhorned beetle choosing the branch with the sex trail pheromone Melody Keena, USDA Forest Service
ID: 605
Female Asian Longhorned Beetles Lure Mates With a Trail of Sex Pheromone

Female Asian longhorned beetles lure males to their locations by laying down a sex-specific pheromone trail on the surfaces of trees. This find ...

Principal Investigator : Melody Keena

Invasive Species2014NRS
Photo of Asian longhorned beetle male on a poplar leaf.
ID: 1195
Longhorned beetle biology, rearing and management comprehensively reviewed

Forest Service scientists contributed to a new book that represents the first comprehensive treatment of all aspects of cerambycid beetle biolog ...

Principal Investigator : Melody Keena

Invasive Species2017NRS
Photo of Adult Asian longhorned beetle newly emerged from an artificial pupal cell with the exit hole showing. Melody Keena, USDA Forest Service
ID: 475
New Information Will Help Eradicate Asian Longhorned Beetles

Eradication efforts against Asian longhorned beetle (ALB) rely on knowledge of the basic biology and behavior of this insect. Forest Service sci ...

Principal Investigator : Melody Keena

Invasive Species2013NRS
Photo of An Asian long-horned beetle larva, and the damage it causes inside the maple tree. USDA Forest Service
ID: 824
New Online Resource on Asian Longhorned-Beetle

A new, open-access article in the Journal of Integrated Pest Management provides a comprehensive overview written in plain language for managers ...

Principal Investigator : Melody Keena

Invasive Species2015NRS
Photo of Asian gypsy moth larva defoliating Douglas fir. Melody A. Keena, U.S. Department of Agriculuture Forest Service.
ID: 1171
Not all Asian Gypsy Moths Pose the Same Threat

Asian gypsy moths vary greatly in key biological and behavioral traits. Knowing the origin and traits associated with the source population of i ...

Principal Investigator : Melody Keena

Invasive Species2016NRS
Photo of Researchers checking an Asian longhorned beetle trap in Worcester, MA.  Melody Keena, Forest Service
ID: 33
Strong Demand for New Tool for Detecting Asian Longhorn Beetle

Beetle traps are now being used in 14 States and three countries

Principal Investigator : Melody Keena

Invasive Species2012NRS
Photo of Female Asian longhorned beetle found in trap in Worcester, MA.  Melody Keena, Forest Service
ID: 197
Trap for Detecting Asian Longhorned Beetle in the United States

Development of an operationally effective trap has been a goal of the Asian longhorned beetle (ALB) eradication program since the first individu ...

Principal Investigator : Melody Keena

Invasive Species2010NRS