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|"Stressing Out" about New Invasive Insects|
Some highly damaging invasive insects depend on forests to survive the winter. Forest Service scientists studied the effects of cold stress on t ...
|Cold Winter Temperatures Set Emerald Ash Borer Back in Minnesota|
Emerald ash borer is the most devastating nonnative insect pest of trees in the United States. Overwintering larvae are unable to survive the w ...
|Mountain pine beetle: A real threat to pines of eastern North America|
The mountain pine beetle, an insect native to western states, has devastated pines in western North America and is spreading east through the Ca ...
|Risk-Mapping Invasive Species|
Pest risk maps are vital tools to describe where exotic invasive species might arrive, establish, spread, or have unacceptable effects. They are ...