Pine Shoot Beetle – Tomicus piniperda L.
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Tomicus piniperda L. is recognized as one of the most destructive bark beetles of pine in its native Eurasia.
Pine (Pinus) is the principle host tree for this pest.
What information is available?
- Pest Fact Sheet
- Policy Directives
- D-02-12 - Import Requirements of Non-manufactured Wood and Other Non-propagative Wood Products, Except Solid Wood Packaging Material, from All Areas Other Than the Continental United States
- D-01-12 - Phytosanitary Requirements for the Importation and Domestic Movement of Firewood
- D-98-08 - Entry Requirements for Wood Packaging Materials Produced in All Areas Other Than the Continental United States
- D-94-22 - Plant Protection Requirements on Pine Plants and Pine Materials to Prevent the Entry and Spread of Pine Shoot Beetle
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