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"Search ID Aids" is USDA ITP's new web interface!
Search ID Aids is here!
The USDA APHIS ITP team is pleased to announce a new searchable interface for pest identification support. Built in cooperation with North Carolina State University's Center for Integrated Pest Management, Search ID Aids can be used to quickly find useful web-basedidentification and screening resources.ITP maintains an ongoing collection of ID Aids: high-quality web-based tools and apps that support identification of plant pests of concern to PPQ. Each ID Aid is thoroughly reviewed and evaluated to ensure it has value and is from a reputable source. This collection currently includes over 3,800 vetted ID Aids that are image galleries, fact sheets, screening aids, keys of all types, molecular tools, and more, and they cover all plant pest groups. Since we're continually adding ID Aids, we also have a contact page where we welcome suggestions for pests to cover.With Search ID Aids both experts and novices can find suitable identification resources. Search by either scientific or common pest name, and then instantly filter your results.Find Search ID Aids at feel free to forward this email announcement to your friends and colleagues.Visit our website at to see all of ITP’s products or to learn more about ITP.If you did not receive this email directly from ITP, and you would like to be included in future ITP announcement emails, please send a request to You can also unsubscribe from the list by emailing us.
Julia Scher
Identification Technology Program (ITP)
USDA APHIS PPQ Science & Technology (S&T)
801 I Street, Suite 406, Sacramento, CA  95814 U.S.A.
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