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|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 ...
|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 ...
|First Release of a New Biological Control of Hemlock Woolly Adelgid|
Forest Service scientists and their research partners tested and released two species of silver flies from the western United States for biologi ...
|Resource Management and Use||2015||NRS|
|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 ...
|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 ...
|Non-native Insect Hybridization Provides Opportunity for Research|
A recent outbreak in New England of the non-native winter moth from Europe provides an unprecedented opportunity to examine the effects of hybri ...
|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 ...
|Patterns and Probabilities of Spread Highlight Hot Spots in Asian Longhorned Beetle Infestations|
A Forest Service scientist in collaboration with the Animal Plant Health Inspection Service is accelerating the fight against the Asian longhorn ...
Resource Management and Use
|Precision Targeting of Surveys to Eradicate the Asian Longhorned Beetle|
Using data collected by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service’s Asian Longhorned Beetle Eradication Pr ...
|Silver flies show promise as potential biological controls of hemlock woolly adelgid|
Forest Service science is identifying potential biological control of hemlock wooly adelgid, an invasive insect that is devastating hemlock tree ...
|Strong Demand for New Tool for Detecting Asian Longhorn Beetle|
Beetle traps are now being used in 14 States and three countries
|The Future of Hemlock Trees in the Eastern U.S. Remains Dicey|
The arrival of the hemlock woolly adelgid, an invasive insect from Asia, threatens the stability and sustainability of hemlock in the eastern U. ...
Inventory and Monitoring
|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 ...