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CISR: Asian Long-Horned Beetle
Invasive Species (Anoplophora glabripennis) Watch List Prohibited in Michigan The Asian longhorned beetle can attack and kill many tree species including poplar, willow, sycamore, and horse chestnut, but its favorite host are maple trees. The larvae feed in tunnels in the wood of the tree branches and trunks, eventually killing the tree.
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Invasive Species: Animals - Asian Long-Horned Beetle
The Asian longhorned beetle is an invasive woodboring insect native to China and Korea. It has infested and killed thousands of trees in New York City, northern New Jersey, Chicago, Massachusetts, Ohio and Toronto.