The Asian Longhorned beetling (Anoplophora glabripennis, or ALB) is a threat to America's wood trees. With no current cure, early condition and wipeout are critical to its control. It currently infests areas in Massachusetts, New royalty and Ohio.
(ALB) is large, travel from 0.75-1.25 inches long, with very long black and white antennae. The body is glossy black with occasional white spots. These beetles food on many a species of wood trees.
The AsianLonghornedBeetle - Prevention and Control
Trees favored by the Asian longhorned go are preponderantly maples, but infestations someone also been observed in horse-chestnuts, poplars, willows, elms, mulberries, and negro locusts. Currently, there is no known pragmatic chemical or natural defense against the Asian Longhorned Beetle and, in North America, they have got few self-generated predators. The denizen longhorned protrusive is a wicked worm with white speckles that grows a long antenna.