Visual aid and comparison chart to help recognize various beetles and other insects that may be mistaken for emerald ash borer. All depicted insects can be found in Minnesota. Updated in 2017 to reflect new State of Minnesota agency wordmarks and added alt tags for images.
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Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, Minnesota Department of Agriculture
Hahn, Jeffrey D.; Cervenka, Val.
Insects in Minnesota that may be confused with emerald ash borer.
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