Appendix 1: Regulatory status of areas in Canada and the United States for Japanese beetle (Popillia japonica)

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Date of last update: March 15, 2016

Summary of changes:

  • The following states have changed from partially to generally infested (Category 2 to Category 3): Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri.
  • The following states have changed from partially to generally infested but were already Category 3: Georgia, Maine, Michigan.
  • Colorado: Has changed from under active eradication to partially infested. The state now requires advanced notification of shipment.
  • Montana: The state now requires advanced notification of shipment.
  • The list of regulated counties in Table 2b has changed.

Category 1 - Pest Free Area (see Section 1.6 of D-96-15 for explanation)
Category 2 - Area of Low Pest Prevalence (see Section 1.6 of D-96-15 for explanation)
Category 3 - Partially or generally infested (see Section 1.6 of D-96-15 for explanation)
Category 4 - Not known to be infested (see Section 1.6 of D-96-15 for explanation)

An § indicates that this is a new addition to this list

1. Japanese Beetle in Canada

Regulatory Category of Infested Areas in Canada
Infested Provinces/Territories Regulatory Status Category
New Brunswick (NB) 3
Nova Scotia (NS) 3
Ontario (ON) 3
Prince Edward Island (PE) 3
Quebec (QC) 3
Regulatory Category of Non-infested Areas in Canada
Non-infested Provinces/Territories Regulatory Status Category
Alberta (AB) 4
British Columbia (BC) 1
Manitoba (MB) 4
Newfoundland & Labrador (NL) 2
Northwest Territories (NT) 4
Nunuvat (NU) 4
Saskatchewan (SK) 4
Yukon Territory (YT) 4

2a. Japanese Beetle in the United States

Regulatory Category of Infested Areas in the United States
State Regulatory Status Category
AlabamaTable Note 1 (AL) 2
ArkansasTable Note 1 (AR) 2
ColoradoTable Note 1 Table Note 2 (CO) 2
Connecticut (CT) 3
Delaware (DE) 3
District of Columbia (DC) 3
Georgia (GA) 3
Illinois (IL) 3
Indiana (IN) 3
Iowa (IA) 3
KansasTable Note 1 (KS) 2
Kentucky (KY) 3
Maine (ME) 3
Maryland (MD) 3
Massachusetts (MA) 3
Michigan (MI) 3
Minnesota (MN) 3
MississippiTable Note 1 (MS) 2
Missouri (MO) 3
NebraskaTable Note 1 (NE) 2
New Hampshire (NH) 3
New Jersey (NJ) 3
New York (NY) 3
North Carolina (NC) 3
Ohio (OH) 3
OklahomaTable Note 1 (OK) 2
Pennsylvania (PA) 3
Rhode Island (RI) 3
South Carolina (SC) 3
South DakotaTable Note 1 (SD) 2
Tennessee (TN) 3
TexasTable Note 1 (TX) 2
Vermont (VT) 3
Virginia (VA) 3
West Virginia (WV) 3
Wisconsin (WI) 3

Table Notes

Table Note 1

Only partially infested (see Table 2b below).

Return to table note 1 referrer

Table Note 2

State requires advanced notification of shipment.

Return to table note 2 referrer

Regulatory Category of Non-infested Areas in the United States
State Regulatory Status Category
Alaska (AK) 2
Arizona (AZ) 1
CaliforniaTable Note 2 (CA) 1
Florida (FL) 4
Hawaii (HI) 1
IdahoTable Note 2(ID) 1
Louisiana (LA) 4
MontanaTable Note 2 (MT) 1
NevadaTable Note 2 (NV) 1
New Mexico (NM) 2
North Dakota (ND) 2
OregonTable Note 2 (OR) 1
UtahTable Note 2 (UT) 1
WashingtonTable Note 2 (WA) 1
Wyoming (WY) 4

2b. Infested and Non-infested Counties In Partially Infested States of the United States

Infested and Non-infested Counties
State Infested Counties Non-Infested Counties
Alabama (AL) Autauga, Bibb, Blount, Bullock, Calhoun, Chambers, Cherokee, Chilton, Clay, Cleburne, Colbert, Conecuh, Coosa, Cullman, DeKalb, Elmore, Etowah, Fayette, Franklin, Greene, Houston, Jackson, Jefferson, Lamar, Lauderdale, Lawrence, Lee, Limestone, § Lowndes, Macon, Madison, Marion, Marshall, Montgomery, Morgan, Pickens, Randolph, Saint Clair, Shelby, Talladega, Tallapoosa, Tuscaloosa,Walker, Winston All other counties
Arkansas (AR) Benton, Washington All other counties
§ Colorado (CO) Arapahoe, Boulder, Denver, Jefferson, Pueblo All other counties
Kansas (KS) Cherokee, Crawford, Johnson, Pratt, Sedgwick, Shawnee, Wyandotte All other counties
Mississippi (MS) Adams, Alcorn, Bolivar, Calhoun, Claiborne, Clay, Desoto, Forrest, George, Grenada, Lafayette, Lamar, Lauderdale, Lee, Leflore, Lowndes, Madison, Marion, Monroe, Panola, Pike, Pontotoc, Prentiss, Rankin, Simpson, Sunflower, Tate, Tippah, Tishomingo, Tunica, Union, Warren, Wayne, Wilkerson, Winston All other counties
Nebraska (NE) § Adams, § Buffalo, § Burt, § Cass, § Dakota, § Dawson, Dodge, Douglas, § Gage, § Hall, § Hamilton, § Jefferson, Lancaster, § Lincoln, § Madison, § Merrick, § Otoe, § Phelps, § Platte, Saline, Sarpy, § Saunders, § Seward, § Thayer, § Washington, § Wayne, § York All other counties
Oklahoma (OK) Cherokee, Cleveland, Delaware, Kay, Muskogee, Oklahoma, Osage, Tulsa All other counties
§ South Dakota (SD) Lincoln, Minnehaha, Union All other counties
Texas (TX) Collin, Dallas, Harris, Tarrant, Van Zandt All other counties
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