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Updated: 1/9/2020
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  • today we are talking about the Asian long horned beetles. they are dangerous bugs who kill trees.
  • Asian long-horned beetle larvae and adults chew wood with large mandibles. Adults, especially males, display long antennae used to sense the sex pheromones of potential mates
  • Asian long horned beetles are multi cellular because you can see them, they don't live in water, and they don't have one cell
  • Their movement, sensitivity, and respiration consist of flying,living in trees,and eating bugs and wood.
  • Now here’s the most important part. We need your help. You are our first line of defense. Staff members and campers alike: we need your eyes to be on the lookout for signs of damage and the insect itself. And of course, please be aware of the risks of transporting forests pests when moving firewood.Adult beetles are most active during the summer and early fall. They can be seen on trees, branches, walls, outdoor furniture, cars, sidewalks and in pool filters. While the pest may appear threatening, it is harmless to humans and pets. With these unique characteristics, it’s easy to identify
  • https://www.animalspot.net/asian-long-horned-beetle.html
  • https://www.orkin.com/other/beetles/asian-long-horned-beetles/asian-long-horned-beetle-life-cycle
  • http://www.columbia.edu/itc/cerc/danoff-burg/invasion_bio/inv_spp_summ/Anoplophora%20glabripennis.html
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