Canadian Forest Service Publications

Stopping Asian gypsy moth hitchhikers at the border / Interception à la frontière des spongieuses asiatiques voyageant clandestinement à bord de navires. 2012. Gray, D.R. Impact Note 58E / Note d'impacte 58F. Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service - Atlantic Forestry Centre, Fredericton, NB.

Year: 2012

Available from: Atlantic Forestry Centre

Catalog ID: 33725

Language: English / French

Series: Impact Note (AFC - Fredericton)

Abstract

The development of a geographically robust gypsy moth life stage model (GLS-2d) may provide plant protection officers with a new tool to assist them in intercepting Asian gypsy moths “hitching a ride” on container ships from East Asia to the ports of North America. This new tool has the potential to help better defend our border against these highly destructive alien pests.