Asian longhorned beetle pest
Asian Longhorned Beetle Pest Profile
Early, accurate detection of this nonnative pest is crucial for discovering infestations before they become unmanageable. Fig. 1. Asian longhorned beetle female.
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Description:Eggs hatch in 13—54 days depending on temperature. Larvae go through at least five instars over 1—2 years; which can vary due to host or temperature conditions. The adults only lay their eggs on living trees, and although the larvae can continue to develop in felled wood, the early-stage larvae require the conditions and nutrition found in living wood. Dogs can also be trained to detect the smell of frass on trees.