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Asian Longhorned Beetle Insect Discovered in Ohio
Written by Emma Marvin   
Wednesday, 29 June 2011 07:16
On June 17th the Asian Longhorned Beetle was discovered in Batavia, OH. The Asian Longhorned beetle is a woodboring insect that attacks a number of species of which maple is the perfered type. This is the second outbreak identified in a maple syrup producing area. In 2008 an outbreak was identified in Worcester, MA.   For a summary of the lateste outbreak visit Farm and Dairy website. Click here for more information on the Asian Longhorned Beetle.
 
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