Enter a zip code below to view local branches. Asian longhorned beetle (ALHB) has been eradicated from the cities of Mississauga and Toronto in the province of Ontario. Burnt pine longhorn beetle is very similar in appearance to closely related Australian species. These native beetles are also smaller, usually about three-fourths of an inch long. The characteristics of the Adult beetles (pine sawyer) are: hard shell, cylindrical shaped and at times possessing bands colored contrastingly, with stripes and spots. Asian longhorned beetle, (Anoplophora glabripennis), also spelled Asian long-horned beetle, also called starry sky beetle, species of beetle (order Coleoptera, family Cerambycidae), originally native to eastern China and Korea, that became a serious pest of hardwood trees in North America and parts of Eurasia. The flight season of burnt pine longhorn beetle extends from November to April/May. Living trees not affected by fire can support lighter populations and experience less damage. Larvae (Figure 2) are about 25 mm long, white and slightly flattened in shape. A distinct feature of the pine sawyer beetle is a white spot between its "shoulders" where the wing covers meet. The Asian longhorned beetle may be mistaken for two species native to the U.S., the cottonwood borer and the whitespotted sawyer. Their shiny black bodies have white spots or markings, and the long antennae have alternating black and white stripes. Commodities that may carry burnt pine longhorn beetle include raw logs and timber, bark, wood chips, plywood, manufactured wood products and wooden packaging materials. Audio recording: Asian long-horned beetle (ALHB) is an invasive forest pest with no natural enemies in North America that attacks nearly all broadleaf trees, with native Maples being the preferred host. Long, black and white banded antennae, one to two times its body length. From egg-laying to pupation and adult emergence can take twelve to eighteen months. Longhorned Beetle, common name for any member of a family of beetles known for their long antennae, or "horns," and the wood-boring habits of the larvae. The Northeastern pine sawyer is the largest species of long-horned beetle in our region; the adult may approach two inches in length. As a non-native exotic, the beetle has few natural controls and the trees lack sufficient defenses to fight the beetles. Its antennae are longer than its entire body. Yes, I am the property … This species has now been accidentally introduced into the United States, where it was first discovered in 1996, as well as Canada, and several countries in Europe, including Austria, France, Germany, Italy and UK. Pine sawyer beetles can take up to 2 years to complete their life cycle inside a pine tree, with adults exiting the trees from May through August. Female burnt pine longhorn beetles lay up to 1000 eggs. Maryland Checklist - Category: Long-horned Beetles - all-time (Total: 210) The citrus long-horned beetle (Anoplophora chinensis) is a long-horned beetle native to Japan, China and Korea, where it is considered a serious pest. After fire, burnt trees can be attacked within 24 hours and so the time available to salvage timber is greatly reduced. Termite Zip. Go. Their large size can be of concern to people. Each female citrus long-horned beetle can make up to 200 eggs after mating, and each egg is separately deposited in tree bark. Larvae will bore up to 10 cm deep when population pressure is high. Tragidion deceptum; Long-horned Beetle species pair: Tragidion deceptum; Long-horned Beetle species; female: Styloxus bicolor; Long-horned Beetle species pair: Styloxus bicolor; Long-horned Beetle species: Aneflomorpha Long-horned Beetle species: Enaphalodes atomarius; Long-horned Beetle species: Xeranoplium tricallosum; Long-horned Beetle species