Plant Protection Division, Pest Program
Washington State Department of Agriculture

EXOTIC PEST SURVEYS (positive/negative) and NEW PEST ALERTS

 

FRUIT TREE PESTS

2004 Light Brown Apple Moth Survey

Fruit Tree Tortrix, Archips podana (2002 Delimiting Survey) Pest ID Graphic

Plum Fruit Moth, Grapholita funebrana (2002 Detection Survey)

Chilean Fruit Tree Leafrollers, Proeulia spp. (2001 Detection Survey)

Exotic Defoliator Parasitoids (1999 Delimiting Survey) Pest ID Graphic

ROOT, ROW-CROP, and ORNAMENTAL PESTS

Old World Conifer-bark-feeding Tortricid, Cydia coniferana (2005 Delimiting Survey)

Exotic wireworm survey, Agriotes spp. (2005 Delimiting Survey)Pest ID Graphic

Exotic wireworm survey, Agriotes spp. (2004 Delimiting Survey)Pest ID Graphic

Exotic wireworm survey, Agriotes spp. (2000 Delimiting Survey)Pest ID Graphic

Leek Moth, Acrolepiopsis assectella (2002 Detection Survey)

European Chafer, Rhizotrogus majalis (2002 Detection Survey)

Poplar Shoot Borer, Gypsonoma aceriana (2000 Delimiting Survey) Pest ID Graphic

European Corn Borer, Ostrinia nubilalis (2000 Detection Survey)

Large European Crane Fly, Tipula oleracea (1999 Delimiting Survey)

 

NEW PEST ALERTS & OTHER REPORTS

Introduced Exotic Seed-Bugs are New and Increasing Nuisance Problems in Areas of Western Washington (2006 Alert)

European Seed Bug, Rhyparochromis vulgaris (2001 Alert)

Complete list of Exotic Pest Identification Graphics

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