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Title: Chicago vs. The Asian Longhorned Beetle: A Portrait of Success
Author: Antipin, Judy; Dilley, Thomas;
Publication Series: Other
Description: The principal objective in conducting and publishing this case study of the Asian longhorned beetle (ALB) infestation in Chicago is to offer State and local government officials and interested community members a blueprint for recognizing and effectively dealing with invasive/exotic insect pest emergencies. The experience of the past decade shows that appearances of these unwelcome and dangerous tree pests are on the rise. Urban and suburban forests have so far borne the brunt of this onslaught, but without diligent campaigns of detection and eradication, all of the Nation?s forests are at risk.
Keywords: beetle, asian, asian longhorned beetle, Asian Longhorned Beetle: A Portrait of Success, alb
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Antipin, Judy; Dilley, Thomas 2004. Chicago vs. The Asian Longhorned Beetle: A Portrait of Success. null
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