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Establishment of Monochamus galloprovincialis in one conservatory pine plantation in Denmark

Publication Date
Tue, 14 Mar 2017, 12:59
Last Updated
March 14, 2017, 12:59 p.m.
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Pest Id
Monochamus galloprovincialis - (MONCGA)
Report Status
Found in kairomon traps
Pest Status (old values from ISPM 8 -1998 )
  • Present: only in some areas
Pest Status (ISPM 8 - 2021)
  • Present: not widely distributed and under official control
Geographical Distribution
Present only in limited ares of the South Western part of Denmark

Monochamus galloprovincialis has been found in kairomon traps in one Pinus spp. Nature conservation plantation in the South Western part of Denmark in 2016. Through more than decade of surveillance for Monochamus spp., this is the first indication of an established population of Monochamus spp. in Denmark.

Monochamus spp. including Monochamus galloprovincialis have not been found in any other parts of Denmark.

European Monochamus spp. are not considered quarantine pests for Denmark. However, Monochamus spp. Are under official surveillance for their vectoring potential. Trapped Monochamus specimen are thus continuously being tested, and no quarantine pests have been found with the specimen.
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