Cerceris fumipennis - a biosurveillance tool for Emerald Ash Borer /: A104-76/2009E-PDF
The Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) is devastating eastern North America’s ash trees, girdling and killing the host. EAB has proven difficult to detect using traditional methods of ground/visual surveys and sticky traps, both of which are costly, labour- intensive and at times destructive or impractical. Biosurveillance, using another species to survey for a pest species, offers an alternative approach for the detection and survey of EAB populations.
|Department/Agency||Canadian Food Inspection Agency.|
|Title||Cerceris fumipennis - a biosurveillance tool for Emerald Ash Borer /|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||The catalogue number (A104-76/2009E) and ISBN (978-1-100-12135-2) for the print edition have been incorrectly copied in this PDF version.|
|Number of Pages||13p.|
|Departmental Catalogue Number||CFIA P0654E-09|
|Subject Terms||Environmental management|
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