1Host status based on US records of infestation, field studies with North American trees planted in China and Chinese literature. Host range tests in laboratory and greenhouse settings not considered except as noted. See Hu et al. (2009) for a review of hosts with particular emphasis on the status of poplars in China.
2Host genera listed alphabetically within catagories.
3Host abundance based on program records , general oversvations of infested areas in NY and IL, and on Nowack, D.J., 1994. "Urban Forest Structure: the State of Chicago's Urban Forest." pp 3-18 In: E.G. McPherson et al., Chicago's Urban Forest Ecosystem: Results of the Chicago Forest Climate Project. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-186, USDA Forest Service, Northeast Forest Experiment Sta., Radnor, PA.
4Included in surveys and chemical treatments by USDA Cooperative ALB Eradication Program in IL, NY and NJ.
5 Trees with no US record are reported to be hosts in china but have not been attacked in the US at this point
Hu, J., S. Angeli, S. Schuetz, Y. Luo and A. E. Hajek. 2009. Ecology and management of exotic and endemic Asian longhorned beetle Anoplophora glabripennis. Agric. For. Entomol. 11: 359-375.
Nowack, D. J., 1994, “Urban Forest Structure: The State of Chicago’s Urban Forest,” pp. 3-18 In: E. G. McPherson et al., Chicago’s Urban Forest Ecosystem: Results of the Chicago Urban Forest Climate Project. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-186, USDA Forest Service, NE Forest Experiment Sta., Radnor, PA