Asian longhorned beetle war
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CBS 2 — The beetles are back. They are pests that we thought were under control. Asian long-horned beetles relentlessly chew up trees from the inside out. Department of Agriculture.
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The U. Department of Agriculture USDA is asking the public to take five minutes to step outside and report any signs of this invasive pest. It has already led to the loss of more than , trees.
The Asian longhorned beetle Anoplophora glabripennis was found in Greenpoint, Brooklyn in Scientists believe it came to the United States by way of wood crating and shipping pallets that originated in China. In Asia, the beetle is a major pest of poplar plantations. The beetle also attacks a large range of tree species in North America, including maple, elm, willow, horsechestnut, mulberry, birch, green ash, sycamore, and London planetree.