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(Coleoptera: Buprestidae) A guide to identification and ...

Emerald Ash Borer Agrilus planipennis Fairmaire (Coleoptera: Buprestidae)comparison to similar species A guide to identification and Prepared by:Gary L. Parsons

EAB EDUCATIONAL PACKET

Table of Contents Emerald Ash Borer Background Information Frequently asked Questions Map It! Locate EAB infestations (SG) EAB Word Search (S) EAB Crossword Puzzle (S) Tree Bingo - Have some fun learning facts about trees (S) EAB Game - Demonstrate the spread of EAB.

Colorado Exotic Insect Detection and Identification Fact ...

Emerald Ash Borer in Colorado - Identification of Insects and Damage of Similar Appearance Colorado Exotic Insect Detection and Identification Fact Sheet Series

Clearwing borers: lilac/ash, banded ash

IPM of Midwest Landscapes 88 Pests of Trees and Shrubs Trunk injury and emergence holes caused by lilac/ash clearwing borer. (47) Photo: John Davidson Pupal skin of lilac/ash borer protruding from trunk of lilac.

Borer White Paper

Access Control, Energy and the Environment Borer White Paper - October 2007 Borer White Paper

Instructions for use

Manufacturer: Borer Chemie AG Gewerbestrasse 13, 4528 Zuchwil / Switzerland Tel +41 32 686 56 00 Fax +41 32 686 56 90 office@borer.ch, www.borer.ch All information provided is based on our comprehensive knowledge and does not constitute a legally binding assurance of specific product properties.

Poplar Borer

Poplar Borer Fact Sheet No. 94 November 2001 Alan H. Roe, Insect Diagnostician Introduction The poplar borer is the most commonly submitted wood borer found in aspens and other poplars in Utah.

Raspberry Cane Borer, final

Introduction Though damage from the raspberry cane borer is often seen, the insect itself is rarely recognized as a pest. It usually causes only slight or occasional injury, although, when abundant, it can cause considerable damage.

Alkaline cleaning concentrate for laboratory glassware ...

Manufacturer: Borer Chemie AG Gewerbestrasse 13, 4528 Zuchwil / Switzerland Tel +41 32 686 56 00 Fax +41 32 686 56 90 office@borer.ch, www.borer.ch All information provided is based on our current knowledge and it does not constitute a legally binding assurance of specific product properties.

NY Forest Owner - MAR/APR 92

3 NYFOA-1-800-836-3566-INFO NY FOREST OWNER THE DAMAGE Whether or not the maple borer causes significant damage, depends on your management objectives.