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Maps and State EAB Information


EAB locations in Michigan, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Ontario and Quebec

PDF Map of EAB Locations
As of July 1, 2014

Changes/additions included since the June 2, 2014 map are as follows: The addition of initial county detections in Putnam County, TN; St. Charles County, MO; Trimble County, KY; Door County, WI; Bartholomew County, IN; and Johnson County, IA. Added to the list of counties quarantined by their state are: Putnam, Carter, Johnson, Sullivan, Unicoi and Washington Counties, TN; Clayton, Cobb and Gwinnett Counties, GA; and Door County, WI.


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Map where emerald ash borer has been confirmed in North America Link to EAB information for North Dakota. Link to EAB information for Nebraska. Link to EAB information for Colorado. Link to EAB information for North Carolina. Link to EAB information for Texas. Link to EAB information for Georgia. Link to EAB information for New Hampshire. Link to EAB information for Massachusetts. Link to EAB information for Connecticut. Link to EAB information for Tennessee. Link to EAB information for Kansas. Link to EAB information for Minnesota. Link to EAB information for Illinois. Link to EAB information for Indiana. Link to EAB information for Ohio. Link to EAB information for Michigan. Link to EAB information for Maryland. Link to EAB information for Pennsylvania. Link to EAB information for West Virginia. Link to EAB information for Missouri. Link to EAB information for Virginia. Link to EAB information for Wisconsin. Link to EAB information for Ontario. Link to EAB information for Quebec. Link to EAB information for Kentucky. Link to EAB information for Iowa. Link to EAB information for New York. Link to EAB information for New Jersey.