Use this form to report any suspected invasive insect.
To take pictures of a fast-moving insect, slow it down by placing it in the freezer for at least an hour before taking the picture. Upload the picture(s) below.
Store the insect in a tupperware-like container until you hear from us. We will either tell you to release the insect or give you instructions about mailing it, delivering it or arranging for pick-up.
Emerald Ash Borer
Use this form to report a possible emerald ash borer sighting in New Hampshire. Capture and preserve the insect if possible (place in freezer or in a jar with rubbing alcohol), or provide a photo of the tree damage, insect or damaged wood. Before submitting a report, please look at signs and symptoms or these pictures of emerald ash borer insects, damage and look-alikes. Emerald ash borer only infests true ashes (Fraxinus sp.). If you can, use this ash tree identification guide to verify the tree is an ash. When in doubt, upload a picture to this website.
All reports will be reviewed by our entomologists, and you may be contacted for a site visit if a follow-up is necessary.
Are you reporting a live insect? Before filing a report, compare your insect to some look-alikes.
If it isn't emerald ash borer or an ash tree, there is no need to file a report.
Are you reporting suspicious ash tree damage? Look for these signs:
Asian Longhorned Beetle - click for details
If you think you have an Asian lognhorned beetle, this is the view we need: