Predicting the spread of invasive spotted lanternfly

The spotted lanternfly (Lycorma delicatula) is an emerging insect pest of a number of economically important crop plants. Originating from China, its primary host plant is tree of heaven (Ailanthus altissima), which is itself considered to be a noxious invasive species in some areas of the United States.
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New Pest Risk Analysis Tool to improve biosecurity in international trade of plant commodities

Colorado beetle eats potato leaves. Pests destroy a crop in the field. Parasites in wildlife and agriculture. Asia Pacific Regional Consultation 2018 China
CABI has launched a new product to help facilitate and improve the biosecurity of plants and plant products being traded around the world that are at risk of invasive pests such as the Colorado beetle – a major threat to potato crops.
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