Since the soybean aphids' arrival in North America during 2000, there has been much speculation about how this new pest will establish and thrive. On-the-ground estimates have been helpful in measuring the range of this invasive species--currently, it is found in more than 22 states and three Canadian provinces.
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O'Neal, Matthew E., "Soybean aphids on the go: Results from the suction trap network" (2006). Integrated Crop Management News. 1171.
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