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14 rable avec un trou de sortie du LA Maple tree with CLB exit hole Rosier attaqu par le LA Rose attacked by CLB in Italy Longicorne des agrumes LA Citrus longhorned beetle CLB A lthough the citrus longhorned beetle Anoplophora chinensis is not known to occur in Canada we must all continue to be vigilant to ensure it doesnt become established in this country. This extremely destructive pest is native to Asia and has a very large host range it can attack over 100 species in at least 26 families including several economically important forest fruit and ornamental plant species present in Canada. It attacks healthy trees causing their death. Since the citrus longhorned beetle spends most of its life cycle under the bark of the tree it is very difficult to detect. It is therefore recommended to closely inspect your trees and shrubs upon delivery for any signs of infestation. In Europe between 38 and 43 of non- indigenous insects are believed to be introduced through horticultural and ornamental trade. In the US there are 455 non-indigenous forest insects and diseases of which 82 are classified as pests that have a high impact. Of these 82 damaging pests the majority of them were introduced through the importation of live plants. How can you protect your trees You can assist in mitigating the impacts of invasive species by reporting non-native pests to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency CFIA www.inspection.gc.ca or 1-800-442-2342. There are many regulations administered by the CFIA to prevent the introduction of pests via the live plant pathway. Please visit our website www.inspection. gc.caplantshorticultureeng129916778407 01299167874884 for more informations. Help protect Canadas trees by preventing the introduction of unwanted pests. The benefits of plants to municipalities across the country are numerous and well known. Cities have to protect this resource against various pests including invasive alien species. The citrus longhorned beetle An important pest to watch for M me si le longicorne des agrumes Anoplophora chinensis nest actuellement pas prsent au Canada nous devons tous demeurer vigilants afin dviter quil ne stablisse au pays. Ce ravageur extrmement destructeur natif dAsie a une gamme dhtes trs tendue il peut sattaquer plus de 100 espces appartenant au moins 26 familles dont plusieurs espces forestires fruitires et ornementales de grande importance conomique prsentes au Canada. Il sattaque aux arbres en sant et provoque leur mort. Puisque le longicorne des agrumes passe une partie de son cycle sous lcorce de larbre il est trs difficile dtecter. Il convient donc de porter une attention particulire lors de la rception de vos arbres et arbustes pour noter tout signe dinfestation. En Europe on estime quentre 38 et 43 des insectes non indignes sont introduits par lentremise du commerce horticole et ornemental. Les tats-Unis comptent 455 maladies et insectes non indignes sattaquant aux forts dont 82 sont classs comme tant des ravageurs ayant des rpercussions graves. La majorit de ces 82 ravageurs dimportance a t introduite par limportation de vgtaux vivants. Comment peut-on protger les arbres Vous pouvez contribuer attnuer les rpercussions des espces exotiques envahissantes en signalant la prsence de ravageurs non indignes lAgence canadienne dinspection des aliments ACIA www.inspection.gc.ca ou 1 800 442-2342. De nombreux rglements sont appliqus par lACIA pour prvenir lintroduction de ravageurs par lentremise de vgtaux vivants. Veuillez consulter notre site Web pour plus dinformations www.inspection.gc.ca vegetauxhorticulturefra129916778407012 99167874884 Protgeons les arbres du Canada en prvenant lintroduction de ravageurs nuisibles. Les bienfaits des vgtaux sont nombreux et bien connus des municipalits travers le pays. Les villes doivent protger cette ressource contre diffrents ravageurs dont les espces exotiques envahissantes. Le longicorne des agrumes un ravageur dimportance surveiller n Par Troy Kimoto et Lucie Gagn biologistes des enqutes phytosanitaires Agence canadienne dinspection des aliments n By Troy Kimoto Lucie Gagn Plant Health Survey Biologists Canadian Food Inspection Agency PhotoMatteoMaspero