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Pest Alert Locust Leafminer, Odonatata dorsalis NA-PR-01-01

The locust leafminer is primarily a pest of black locust. The major hosts are black locust and honeylocust. Other tree species (apple, beech, birch, cherry, elm, oak, and hawthorn) are occasionally attacked. The original natural range of black locust is in two sections: 1) the central Appalachian Mountains from central Pennsylvania and southern Ohio south to northeastern Alabama, northern Georgia, and northwestern South Carolina, and 2) the Ozark Plateau of southern Missouri, northern Arkansas, northeastern Oklahoma, and the Oachita Mountains of central Arkansas and southeastern Oklahoma.

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2001
ID: 
NA-PR-01-01
Author: 
USDA Forest Service Northeastern Area State and Private Forestry
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Topic:
Insects and Diseases
Pest Alert Locust Leafminer, Odonatata dorsalis NA-PR-01-01
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