Asian longhorn beetle in nys
The Asian longhorned beetle, or ALB, is an invasive wood-boring insect that feeds on a variety of hardwoods including maple, birch, elm, ash, poplar.
Asian Longhorned Beetle Alert : NYC Parks
Tree-eating Asian Longhorned Beetle Back on Long Island
17 Apr New York ALB Eradication Program. ALB was first found in Brooklyn, New York in August The New York State Department of Agriculture.
Asian Long-Horned Beetles Infest Trees In Babylon
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Description:Hosts Asian longhorned beetles prefer such hardwood trees as: Before the latest incident, the Island had made some progress in stopping the invasion. ALB boring phsycially weakens the trees and disrupts sap flow. Asian longhorned beetle ALB larvae bore through wood of a wide variety of hardwood species, most notibly maples, elm, horsechestnut, willow, sycamore and birch. Trees will eventually be killed by ALB boring damage. The larvae then tunnel into the xylem heartwood were they feed through the winter, forming galleries in the trunk and branches of infested trees.