Asian longhorned beetle (ALB) Anoplophora gabripennis: advancements in the eradication programThis article is part of a larger document. View the larger document here.
Current detections of Asian longhorned beetle (ALB): August 1996--Brooklyn, NY, later detected on Long Island and in other parts of New York City; July 1998--Chicago, IL; October 2002--Jersey City, NJ; August 2004--Carteret, NJ; August 2008--Worcester, MA. Declared eradication of ALB infestations: April 2008--Chicago, IL, and Jersey City, NJ. Currently regulated for ALB: 241 square miles in New York (142), New Jersey (25), and Massachusetts (74).