November 2008 – This guide has numerous photos of EAB, and other insects that look like EAB. It is a great companion piece to the other EAB identification tools you will find on this website.
Emerald ash borer (EAB) infestation is a major concern for American Indian people. Many American Indian cultures and traditions rely on ash trees for the wood needed for making baskets, lacrosse sticks, pipe stems, flutes, and medicinal remedies. The ash tree is a central figure in some traditional and religious stories told by several American Indian tribes.
Updated December 2005 - Photos showing signs of emerald ash borer. Pros and cons of insecticide treatment options.
Distinguish between these beetles that could be confused with emerald ash borer.
Poster showing the life cycle of eab, healthy and damaged ash trees, s-shaped galleries, etc.
February 2005 - Photos of insects that look like emerald ash borer
2005 - Kimberly Rebek and Mary Wilson - criteria to properly identify ash trees.
Is this an ash tree? This key is intended to help you distinguish ash from other common landscape trees, including elm, boxelder, mountain ash, walnut and hickory.