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Forest Health Protection—Emerald Ash Borer

EAB Identification & Reporting

» EAB Pest Alert
» EAB Field Guide (2.3MB)
» Common Ash Pests
» The Ashes-Fraxinus sp.-ISU
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This page provides information on how to identify the presence of emerald ash borer. Using this page you can link to other sites that will assist you in identifying ash trees as well as identifying other common ash pests that could be confused with emerald ash borer damage. You can access our Pest Alert that describes how to identify the life stages of emerald ash borer and the diagnostic signs of an infested tree. Any suspect insects or trees should be reported to your appropriate State Department of Agriculture or USDA APHIS representative. In Michigan, suspect material can be submitted to the appropriate Michigan Department of Agriculture, Regional Office .

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