ASIAN_LONGHORNED_BEETLES

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   ASIAN LONGHORNED BEETLES
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The Name Scientific name Anoplophora glabripennis   (Motschulsky) Common names : Asian long-horned  beetle, starry sky beetle Introduced in 1996 Found in Michigan warehouse
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Where are they?
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LIFE Egg Stage:  The off-white, oblong eggs are 5-7 mm in length. Both ends of  the eggs are slightly concave Larval Stage:  Mature larvae are 50 mm in length. The prothorax has a  brown mark. The front of the mark does not have a brown margin Pupal Stage:  The off-white pupae are 30-33 mm in length with a width of 11  Liu, 1992).  Adult Stage:  Adults are 20-35 mm in length and 7-12 mm in width. Their  color is jet-black with a luster. The antennae have 11 segments. The base of  the antennae are whitish with a blue-black color. The antennae of the males 
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Unformatted text preview: are 2.5 times their body length; the antennae of the females are 1.3 times the body length. The base of the elytra does not have a granular structure. Each elytron has about 20 white dots http://www.ivyhall.district96.k12.il.us/4TH/KKHP/1INSECTS/asianlhbeetle.ht ml Invasive – How? Overwinter in beginning stages of life Nutrients from the trees Borrowed deep in the tree Can spread fast IMPACT Feeds on Tree nutrients Adults emerge from inside out causing large holes in the tree Destroy the tree What to do. Quaratines Slash and Burn Insecticides How Can YOU Help? Report any sightings of this species immediately or else… You will have to deal with this guy…...
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2008 for the course ISB 201 taught by Professor Besaw during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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