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Exotic forest pests cost China and the United States billions of dollars each year. Current regulatory systems worldwide are over-whelmed with the increasing volume of international trade. Trade in nursery stock, wood products, pallets and dunnage have proven the most common means of transport for…
Author(s): Sun Jiang-Hua
Keywords: Exotic pest, forest, invasion, gypsy moth, pinewood nematode, Asian longhorned beetle, red turpentine beetle
Source: Acta Entomologica Sinica, February 2002, 45(1): 121-130
Year: 2002
Anoplophora glabripennis (Motschulsky) (Asian longhorned beetle) was found attacking street trees in New York City and Chicago in the 1990s, after its accidental introduction from East Asia, and is currently the subject of a major eradication campaign by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The…
Author(s): David W. Williams, Hai-Poong Lee, Kwon Kim
Keywords: Asian longhorned beetle, Acer mono, invasive species
Source: Environmental Entomology. 33(3): 540-545.
Year: 2004
Movements of 55 Anoplophora glabripennis (Motschulsky) adults were monitored on 200 willow trees, Salix babylonica L., at a site appx. 80 km southeast of Beijing, China, for 9-14 d in an individual mark-recapture study using harmonic radar. The average movement distance was appx. 14 m, with many…
Author(s): David W. Williams, Guohong Li, Ruitong Gao
Keywords: Asian longhorned beetle, dispersal, harmonic radar, individual mark-recapture
Source: Environmental Entomology. 33(3): 644-649.
Year: 2004
More than 4500 exotic organisms are now established in the United States, of which over 400 are insects that feed on trees and shrubs. While most exotic insects cause little or no damage, a few have become serious pests and have greatly altered native forest ecosystems. Three of the most recently…
Author(s): Therese M. Poland, Robert A. Haack
Keywords: Exotic insects, detection, quarantine, control, pine shoot beetle, Asian longhorned beetle, emerald ash borer
Source: In: Proceedings, Society of American Foresters 2002 National Convention. Bethesda, MD: Society of American Foresters: 132-141
Year: 2003
Twenty isolates of four species of entomopathogenic hypocrealean fungi (Beauveria bassiana, Beauveria brongniartii, Isaria farinosa, and Metarhizium anisopliae) were found to be pathogenic to adults of the Asian longhorned beetle, Anoplophora glabripennis. Survival times for 50% of the beetles…
Author(s): Thomas Dubois, Jennifer Lund, Leah S. Bauer, Ann E. Hajek
Keywords: Anoplophora glabripennis, Asian longhorned beetle, Beauveria bassiana, Beauveria brongniartii, Metarhizium anisopliae, Entomopathogenic fungi, Biological control, Bioassay
Source: BioControl. 53: 517-528.
Year: 2008
Isolates of Steinernema feltiae SN from France, Steinernema glaseri NJ from New Jersey, Steinernema riobrave TX from Texas, Steinernema carpocapsaeSal from Indiana, S. carpocapsae All from Georgia, and Heterorhabditis marelata IN from Indiana…
Author(s): Declan J. Fallon, Leellen F. Solter, Melody Keena, Michael McManus, James R. Cate, Lawrence M. Hanks
Keywords: Anoplophora glabripennis, Asian longhorned beetle, Biological control, Heterorhabditis, Nematodes, Steinernema
Source: Biological Control 30 (2004) 430-438
Year: 2004
Reliable estimates of the impacts and costs of biological invasions are critical to developing credible management, trade and regulatory policies. Worldwide, forests and urban trees provide important ecosystem services as well as economic and social benefits, but are threatened by non-native…
Author(s): Juliann E. Aukema, Brian Leung, Kent Kovacs, Corey Chivers, Jeffrey Englin, Susan J. Frankel, Robert G. Haight, Thomas P. Holmes, Andrew M. Liebhold, Deborah G. McCullough, Betsy Von Holle
Keywords: invasive species, emerald ash borer, Asian longhorned beetle
Source: PLoS ONE 6(9): e24587. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0024587
Year: 2011
Firewood can serve as a vector in the transport of non-native species, including wood-boring insects that feed within the wood and thus can be transported accidentally. Governments have enacted limitations on the movement of firewood in an effort to limit the anthropogenic movement of non-native…
Author(s): Patrick C. Tobin, Andrea Diss-Torrance, Laura M. Blackburn, Brian D. Brown
Keywords: Asian longhorned beetle, biological invasions, emerald ash borer, firewood, invasive species management
Source: Journal of Economic Entomology. 103(5): 1569-1576.
Year: 2010
Anoplophora glabripennis (Motschulsky) is an introduced invasive pest with the potential to devastate hardwood forests in North America. Using artificial pupal chambers, we documented the time required by teneral adults at three temperatures (20, 25, and 30°C), 60-80% RH, and a photoperiod of 16:8…
Author(s): V. Sanchez, M.A. Keena
Keywords: temperature, development, degree-days, Asian longhorned beetle, invasive species
Source: Environmental Entomology. 42(1): 1-6.
Year: 2013
Bacteria representing several genera were isolated from integument and alimentary tracts of live Asian longhorned beetle, Anaplophora glabripennis (Motschulsky), larvae and adults. Insects examined were from infested tree branches collected from sites in New York and Illinois. Staphylococcus sciuri…
Author(s): John D. Podgwaite, Vincent D'Amico, Roger T. Zerillo, Heidi Schoenfeldt
Keywords: Asian longhorned beetle, Anaplophora glabripennis, bacteria
Source: Journal of Entomological Science. 48(2): 128-138.
Year: 2013