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7 facts about the hemlock woolly adelgid
Asian longhorned beetle: The beautiful insect devouring our trees
Beech Bark Disease
Early detection can prevent city pests from becoming country pests
8 billion North American ash trees at risk from emerald ash borer

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Map: Imported forest pests cc by Leslie Tumblety/Cary Institute
Imported forest pests in the US. Credit: Cary Institute/Leslie Tumblety
invasive pests US map: white pine blister rust
US forest pests map: White pine blister rust. Credit: Cary Institute/Leslie Tumblety
Invasive pests US map: hemlock woolly adelgid
US forest pests map: Hemlock woolly adelgid. Credit: Cary Institute/Leslie Tumblety
Invasive pests US map: emerald ash borer
US forest pests map: Emerald ash borer. Credit: Cary Institute/Leslie Tumblety

Infographics & Charts

annual cost of invasive pests per sector
Annual cost of invasive forest pests per sector. Credit: Cary Institute/Leslie Tumblety
wood packaging and invasive pests graphic
Wood packaging and invasive pests. Credit: Cary Institute/Leslie Tumblety
asian long-horned beetle worcester, ma
A City Transformed: Worcester MA & the Asian long-horned beetle. Credit: Cary Institute/Leslie Tumblety
imported forest pests over time
Cumulative detections of imported pests 1775-2006. Credit: Cary Institute/Leslie Tumblety