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Chinese Longhorned Beetle

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



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



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



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