Invasive Shot Hole Borers Euwallacea fornicatus, E. kuroshio, and E. perbrevis (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae)
Dorsal view of Euwallacea fornicatus
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invasive species
ambrosia beetles

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Gomez, Demian F., Jiri Hulcr, and Daniel Carrillo. 2020. “Invasive Shot Hole Borers Euwallacea Fornicatus, E. Kuroshio, and E. Perbrevis (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae): FOR353/FR422, 10/2019”. EDIS 2020 (1). Gainesville, FL:7.


Invasive species, those that are nonnative and cause economic damage, are one of the main threats to ecosystems around the world. Ambrosia beetles are some of the most common invasive insects. Currently, severe economic impacts have been increasingly reported for all the invasive shot hole borers in South Africa, California, Israel, and throughout Asia. This 7-page fact sheet written by Demian F. Gomez, Jiri Hulcr, and Daniel Carrillo and published by the School of Forest Resources and Conservation describes shot hole borers and their biology and hosts and lists some strategies for prevention and control of these pests.
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