Species Profiles

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USDA. NAL. National Invasive Species Information Center.

Khapra beetles are native to India. The first specimen in the U.S. was discovered in California in 1953, but the infestation was eradicated; since then, it has been frequently intercepted on imported cargo. These invasive insects are a destructive pest of grain products and seeds.

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Post Date: Sep 26, 2013


USDA. NAL. National Invasive Species Information Center.

Oriental fruit flies were first recorded in Taiwan and were introduced to Hawaii in the 1940s. Several infestations in the continental U.S. have been discovered since then, but all have been eradicated. This species is a destructive pest of fruits and vegetables.

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Post Date: Aug 14, 2013


USDA. NAL. National Invasive Species Information Center.

European grapevine moths are native to Italy. The first specimen in the U.S. was recorded in Napa County, California in 2009. These invasive moths feed on grapevine flowers and berries, and can cause serious damage to vineyards.

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Post Date: Jul 09, 2013