Goldspotted Oak Borer
Goldspotted Oak Borer
Goldspotted Oak Borer
University of California
Goldspotted Oak Borer

Distribution

Goldspotted oak borer (GSOB) infestations have been discovered in San Diego County, predominantly in the the eastern and southeastern areas of the County with isolated attacks found in a few urban park areas near the coast. GSOB infested trees have also been confirmed in a mountain community in Riverside County and at Weir Canyon, a park in Orange County.

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California Board of Forestry and Fire Protection GSOB Zone of Infestation


GSOB Distribution in San Diego, Riverside and Orange Counties
(January 2015)

Riv_SD_Orange_GSOB Distribution_01_07_2015

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GSOB Distribution in San Diego County
(September 2014)

GSOB Map_SD_09_11_14

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GSOB Distribution: Idyllwild, Riverside County
(September 2014)

GSOB Map_Idyllwild_9_11_2014

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GSOB Distribution: Orange County
(January 2015)

OrangeCty_GSOB Distribution_01-07-2014 (rev)

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