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New Jersey

What you should know about the spread of invasive species in New Jersey

UNDER FEDERAL QUARANTINE

The following targeted Hungry Pests have federal quarantines in certain areas of this state. Note: Other Federal and State quarantines may apply.

European Gypsy Moth

European Gypsy Moth

Attacks:trees and shrubs

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In addition to federal quarantines, state-level quarantines might apply.
Learn about state-level quarantines.

SUITABLE HABITAT

This state has some crop, forest, or urban area(s) where the following pests or diseases could survive year-round.

Asian Gypsy Moth

Asian Gypsy Moth

Attacks: North American tree and shrub species

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Asian Longhorned Beetle

Asian Longhorned Beetle

Attacks: hardwood trees, national forests

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Emerald Ash Borer Beetle

Emerald Ash Borer Beetle

Attacks: ash trees

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Khapra Beetle

Khapra Beetle

Attacks: stored grain products and seeds

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Light Brown Apple Moth

Light Brown Apple Moth

Attacks: plants and crops

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Spotted Lanternfly

Spotted Lanternfly

Attacks: fruit, ornamental and woody trees

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Find or Report Pests by State or Region

State Plant Health Director:

Tapos Mondal
350 Corporate Blvd.
Robbinsville, NJ 08691
Office: (609) 259-5240 
Fax: (609) 259-5243
Cell (973) 296-0362
Email: Tapos.Mondal@usda.gov

Office Manager:

Melissa Rehl: (609) 259-5244 
Email: Melissa.M.Rehl@usda.gov

Associate Executive Director:

Andrea Huberty (Acting): (301) 851-2881


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