Leafcutting ants are primarily a tropical group, but three species occur in the southern United States.
The article describes the emerald ash borer and its management.
The article describes tawny crazy ant and its management
Root-feeding beetles have emerged as serious problems in conifer plantations and forests in the United States and Canada in recent decades.
The eastern lubber grasshopper is locally common in swamps, open woodlands, weedy fields, and ditches in the southeastern United States.
The forest tent caterpillar is a widespread defoliator that is native throughout most of the continental United States and Canada.
The fall webworm, Hyphantria cunea (Drury) (Lepidoptera: Erebidae), is a widespread defoliator that is native throughout the continental United States.
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