Asian longhorned beetle predators
The Asian Longhorned Beetle (ALB) (Anoplophora glabripennis) is one of many natural enemies of longhorned beetles in North America, including predators. Asian long-horned beetles (Anopoplophora glabripennis) are an East Asian insect Their prominent insect predators include click beetles, flat bark beetles. The Asian Long-Horned Beetle (abbreviated as ALB) is a species of beetles that are Life Cycle; Adaptations; Predators; Conservation Status; Interesting Facts. The Asian longhorned beetle is a black insect with white speckles that grows a long antenna. The beetle chews its way into hardwood trees to lay eggs. The eggs produce larvae and those larvae tunnel deep under the bark and feed on living tree tissue. Asian longhorned beetle, (Anoplophora glabripennis), also spelled Asian long-horned beetle, also called starry sky beetle, species of beetle (order Coleoptera, family Cerambycidae), originally native to eastern China and Korea, that became a serious pest of hardwood trees in . A broad assortment of bugs regularly dine on Asian long-horned beetles, although other animals do frequently zero in on them as prey, too. Their prominent insect predators include click beetles, flat bark beetles, clerid beetles, ambush bugs, thrips, assassin bugs, carpenter ants and certain varieties of wasps, such as those of the family Braconidae.