Asian longhorned beetle and predators
The Asian Longhorned Beetle (ALB) (Anoplophora glabripennis) is one of several in There are many natural enemies of longhorned beetles in North America.
Lack of Protection
Asian long-horned beetles (Anopoplophora glabripennis) are an East Asian insect Their prominent insect predators include click beetles, flat bark beetles.
Description:By Naomi Millburn Photos. Due to their habits of wreaking devastation on a wide array of hardwood trees, Asian long-horned beetles have earned international reputations as persistent, annoying and pernicious pests -- from Korea all the way to the United States. About Asian Long-Horned Beetles Although Asian long-horned beetles hail from Korea, Japan and China, they have a presence in North America due to being packed -- unintentionally -- in mercantile items in the time frame of to Asian long-horned beetles have negatively affected to the point of decimating trees in many different places within the continent, including some in Toronto, New York and Chicago.