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The map below displays EAB infestations in relation to geographic features such as rivers, streets, roads and communities. With this tool you will be able to find reported locations of emerald ash borer within the state. The points shown are collected from DNR annual surveys and from the DNR Division of Entomology and Plant Pathology field staff. A live larva must be collected from an ash tree and identified by a trained specialist in order to confirm the presence of EAB at the marked location. The map will be updated on a monthly basis as new locations are identified. The map also indicates which townships and counties are under quarantine. To learn more about a report location, click on the purple dot.
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Note: The map displays identified locations of infested trees. DNR staff attempts to determine the locations of EAB with detection tools, but are not able to state with 100 percent accuracy that this map displays all EAB infestations within Indiana.
Eric B. Bitner
Indiana Department of Natural Resources
Division of Entomology and Plant Pathology Nursery Inspector and Compliance Officer