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Chinese Longhorned Beetle

Hesperophanes (Trichoferus) campestris (Faldermann)
Chinese Longhorned Beetle Chinese Longhorned Beetle
C.M.F. Pierce

 

Hosts:

The Chinese longhorned beetle is known to inhabit various broad-leaved trees, including a number of ornamental trees such as willow, elm, poplar, honey locust, and mulberry.

 

Commodities Affected:
Forestry and Natural Areas, Nursery, Ornamentals, and Turf

 

Threat:

Imported wood, infested by the Chinese longhorned beetle, has already been discovered at various U.S. warehouse locations.

 

Distribution:

The Chinese longhorned beetle is not known to occur in Indiana.