Asian Longhorned Beetle (Anoplophora glabripennis)
What does Asian Longhorned Beetle look like? Check out APHIS's Asian Longhorned Beetle website.
Learn about the biology of Asian Longhorned Beetle at the USDA APHIS Asian Longhorned Beetle site.
Learn the signs and symptoms of Asian Longhorned Beetle in the following training manual: 'Detecting the Signs and Symptoms of Asian Longhorned Beetle Injury' - pdf.
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A native of East Asia, Asian longhorned beetle was first discovered in the U.S. in New York City in 1996, and has also been found in Chicago, Toronto and New Jersey. In August, 2008, an infestation was found in Worcester, MA, 45 miles from VT. The area under quarantine continues to expand as additional surveys are completed. A small group of infested trees was detected in Boston in 2010, and in 2011, an infestation was found in southwestern Ohio.