Situation bulletins

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Situation bulletins are a category of resource on HopperWiki that relates to alerts and newsletters or notifications designed to give situation updates on an outbreaking species of locusts, grasshoppers, and sometimes other migratory pests.

For the most accurate information and the current status of locust outbreaks around the world we recommend you subscribe to the following bulletins:

Africa

Africa globe

Desert locust situation update

Monthly situation summaries and forecasts for the desert locust (Schistoseca gregaria) in Arabic English French.

The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) Climate Services for Eastern Africa

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Argentina

SENASA Argentina Locust Situation

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SENASA Alert App





Asia (Central Asia and the Caucuses)

FAO Locust Watch Locusts in Caucasus and Central Asia

Excerpt from FAO Locust Watch Locusts in Caucasus and Central Asia website. "Locusts and grasshoppers are serious threats for agriculture in Caucasus and Central Asia (CCA). Three locust pests, the Italian (CIT), the Moroccan (DMA) and the Migratory (LMI) locusts, jeopardize food security and livelihoods in both regions as well as in adjacent areas of northern Afghanistan and southern Russian Federation. Over 25 million hectares of cultivated areas are potentially at risk."



Asia (Western and Southern)

Middle east

Desert locust situation update

Monthly situation summaries and forecasts for the desert locust (Schistoseca gregaria) in Arabic English French.






Australia

Australian Plague Locust Commission (APLC) Locust Bulletin

Summary from the website: "The Australian Plague Locust Commission (APLC) produces a monthly Locust Bulletin during the seasons of locust activity (spring, summer and autumn). The Bulletin gives regional summaries of the locust situation and weather events of potential significance for locust development. It also provides a forecast of likely developments for the next three months (or from autumn to spring) for the Australian plague locust Chortoicetes terminifera, spur-throated locust Austracris guttulosa, and the migratory locust Locusta migratoria".

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APLC Current Locust Situation

Australian plague locust Chortoicetes terminifera, spur-throated locust Austracris guttulosa, and the migratory locust Locusta migratoria

India

India Locust Warning Bulletin

Contact information for India's Locust Warning Organization.






Transboundary updates

U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Transboundary Outbreak Pest (ETOP) Bulletin

Follow monthly reports on transboundary outbreak pest species. Bulletins usually include updates on the follow species:
Desert Locust (Schistoseca gregaria), Red (Nomadic) Locust (Nomadacris septemfasciata), African Migratory Locust (Locusta migratoria migratorioides), Malagasy locust (Locust migratoria capito), Tree Locusts (Anacridium spp.), Central American Locust, (Schistocerca piceiferons), South American Locust (Schistocerca cancellata), Italian, Moroccan, and Asian Migratory Locusts (LMI), Fall Armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda), African Armyworm (Spodoptera exempta), Quelea spp.
Email ybelayneh@usaid.gov to subscribe

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All situation bulletins

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Alertas Senasa App View URL Situation bulletin App Emergency alerts The National Food Safety and Quality Service Spanish South American locust (Schistocerca cancellata) Argentina This app is designed to provide users in Argentina with information on weather and climate conditions, as well as alerts for pests and diseases that can affect crops.
Australian Plague Locust Commission current locust situation View URL Situation bulletin Locusts Locust outbreaks Outbreaks Infestations Distribution Monitoring Forecasting Information hub Weather Rainfall Australian Plague Locust Commission English Australian plague locust (Chortoicetes terminifera) Spur-throated locust (Austracris guttulosa) Migratory locust (Locusta migratoria) Australia This page summarises the current known distribution of locusts. Regional information and forecasts are given in the latest Locust Bulletin.
Australian Plague Locust Commission locust bulletin View URL Situation bulletin Locusts Monitoring Migration Forecasting Advisory note Weather Rainfall Behavior Survey Distribution Map Australian Plague Locust Commission English Australian plague locust (Chortoicetes terminifera) Spur-throated locust (Austracris guttulosa) Migratory locust (Locusta migratoria) Australia The APLC releases a monthly Locust Bulletin during seasons of locust activity, providing summaries of the locust situation and weather events potentially affecting locust development. The bulletin also includes a three-month forecast for the Australian plague locust, spur-throated locust, and migratory locust, including regional information.
CCA locust bulletins [ View URL] Situation bulletin Forecasting Report Locusts Locust outbreaks FAO Locust Watch Locusts in Caucasus and Central Asia Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations English Migratory locust (Locusta migratoria) Italian locust (Calliptamus italicus) Moroccan locust (Dociostaurus maroccanus) Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Tajikistan Uzbekistan Turkmenistan Afghanistan Georgia (country) Russian Federation Armenia Azerbaijan A number of bulletins which report on the situation and forecasting of Moroccan Locust, Italian Locust, and Migratory Locust in the Caucasus and Central Asia regions. In each bulletin, situations are classified as dangerous, requiring caution, or calm.
East Africa Hazards Watch Map View URL Situation bulletin Map IGAD Climate Prediction and Applications Centre English Desert locust (Schistocerca gregaria) Eastern Africa Interactive map in to explore available data on variables in East Africa like rainfall, temperature, pests (desert locust risk), climate change, agriculture, food security, drought, floods, tropical cyclones, air quality, and land cover.
FAO Locust Watch bulletin for Locusts in Caucasus and Central Asia View URL Situation bulletin Forecasting Information hub Emergency alerts FAO Locust Watch Locusts in Caucasus and Central Asia Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations English Moroccan locust (Dociostaurus maroccanus) Italian locust (Calliptamus italicus) Migratory locust (Locusta migratoria) Afghanistan Georgia (country) Russian Federation Uzbekistan Armenia Kazakhstan Tajikistan Azerbaijan Kyrgyzstan Turkmenistan Monthly situation summaries and forecasts for the Moroccan (DMA), Italian (CIT) and Asian Migratory Locusts (LMI)
FAO Locust Watch Desert Locust View URL Situation bulletin Forecasting Information hub Emergency alerts FAO Desert Locust Information Service Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations English Arabic French Desert locust (Schistocerca gregaria) Southern Asia Western Asia Monthly situation summaries and forecasts for the desert locust (Schistoseca gregaria) in Arabic English French.
India Locust Warning Bulletin View URL Situation bulletin Early warning Indian Council of Agricultural Research English Desert locust (Schistocerca gregaria) Migratory locust (Locusta migratoria) India Contact information for India's Locust Warning Organization.
Overhead transparencies on Survey Lesson 17d [ View URL] Situation bulletin
Regional alert system for the South American locust View URL Situation bulletin Emergency alerts Early warning Comité de Sanidad Vegetal del Cono Sur National Agricultural Technology Institute Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture Spanish South American locust (Schistocerca cancellata) Argentina Website still in testing. Website summary: "El Sistema Regional de Alerta para Langostas permitirá a los países incrementar su capacidad de respuesta, ya que propone una sistematización de la información mejorando la comunicación. El envío de alertas o notificaciones automáticas, ante la detección de la plaga, mejora la vinculación entre las Organizaciones Nacionales de Protección Fitosanitaria y permite alertar al sector privado sobre la situación de la plaga en tiempo real. The Regional Locust Warning System will allow countries to increase their response capacity by improving communication. There will be automatic alert notifications before the detection of the pest, to improve the link between National Plant Protection Organizations and to alert the private sector about the situation in real-time."
Seminario de Cooperación Regional Langosta Sudamericana: Estado de situación y cooperación View URL Situation bulletin Video Regional cooperation The National Food Safety and Quality Service Spanish South American locust (Schistocerca cancellata) Argentina Bolivia Uruguay Brazil Paraguay Intercambio de experiencias, en el marco del 2020 “Año de la Sanidad Vegetal” (FAO), para abordar la problemática actual de la plaga langosta que afecta a los países de la región. Exchange of experiences, within the framework of the 2020 “Year of Plant Health” (FAO), to address the current problem of the locust plague that affects the countries of the region.
SENASA locust bulletin View URL Situation bulletin Emergency alerts The National Food Safety and Quality Service Spanish South American locust (Schistocerca cancellata) Argentina Information about SENASA's regional alert system for locusts.
Situation of locust and grasshopper plagues in South America December 2022 View URL Situation bulletin Comité de Sanidad Vegetal del Cono Sur The National Food Safety and Quality Service Servicio Nacional de Sanidad Agropecuaria e Inocuidad Alimentaria National Plant and Seed Health and Quality Service Servivio Nacional de Sanidad Agraria National Ministry of Agriculture Livestock and Fishery Spanish South American locust (Schistocerca cancellata) Central American locust (Schistocerca piceifrons) Peruvian locust (Schistocerca interrita) Langosta de Combarbalá (Elasmoderus wagenknechti) Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Paraguay Peru Uruguay Locust situation update and management efforts for south American countries in 2022.
South American Acridia management dashboard View URL Situation bulletin Management Communication resource The National Food Safety and Quality Service Spanish South American locust (Schistocerca cancellata) Tucura sapo (Bufonacris claraziana) Violet-winged grasshopper (Tropidacris collaris) Dichroplus elongatus Staurorhectus longicornis Pasture grasshopper (Orphulella speciosa) Allotruxalis gracilis Bird grasshopper (Schistocerca pallens) Rhammatocerus brunneri Rhammatocerus pictus Giant red-winged grasshopper (Tropidacris cristata) Dichroplus maculipennis Dichroplus porteri Dichroplus vittigerum Langosta de Combarbalá (Elasmoderus wagenknechti) Peruvian locust (Schistocerca interrita) Central American locust (Schistocerca piceifrons) Baeacris pseudopunctulata Dichroplus pratensis Argentina Paraguay Uruguay Bolivia dashboard with information on locust and grasshopper monitoring and control, although some data from neighbouring countries can also be displayed. This information is publicly accessible and is under permanent revision and improvement, so any comments and feedback from the experts of this network will be very important for us.
South American locust WhatsApp Alert Channel View URL Situation bulletin Communication resource Artificial intelligence Emergency alerts The National Food Safety and Quality Service Spanish South American locust (Schistocerca cancellata) Tucura sapo (Bufonacris claraziana) Violet-winged grasshopper (Tropidacris collaris) Dichroplus elongatus Staurorhectus longicornis Pasture grasshopper (Orphulella speciosa) Allotruxalis gracilis Bird grasshopper (Schistocerca pallens) Rhammatocerus brunneri Rhammatocerus pictus Giant red-winged grasshopper (Tropidacris cristata) Dichroplus maculipennis Dichroplus porteri Dichroplus vittigerum Langosta de Combarbalá (Elasmoderus wagenknechti) Peruvian locust (Schistocerca interrita) Central American locust (Schistocerca piceifrons) Baeacris pseudopunctulata Dichroplus pratensis Argentina Through this channel, where people are guided by a bot, you can consult the situation of the pest, guides and manuals. In addition, you can send reports of the presence of locusts and grasshoppers, where the bot asks for a photo and GPS location. If anyone is curious, they can try this tool, just send a message to the number +54 9 11 5700 5704 option 2
Southern Africa locust outbreak September 2020 View URL Situation bulletin Summary Locust outbreaks Locusts Outbreaks Agriculture Food security Management Integrated pest management Pesticide management Economics Environmental assessment Emergency response Pesticides Chemical control Forecasting Monitoring Rainfall Weather Meteorology English Migratory locust (Locusta migratoria)
USAID Transboundary Outbreak Pest ETOP bulletins View URL Situation bulletin Information hub United States Agency for International Development English Desert locust (Schistocerca gregaria) South American locust (Schistocerca cancellata) Red locust (Nomadacris septemfasciata) Brown locust (Locustana pardalina) Migratory locust (Locusta migratoria) Senegalese grasshopper (Oedaleus senegalensis) Sub-Saharan Africa Latin America and the Caribbean Follow monthly reports on transboundary outbreak pest species. Bulletins usually include updates on the follow species: Desert Locust (Schistoseca gregaria), Red (Nomadic) Locust (Nomadacris septemfasciata), African Migratory Locust (Locusta migratoria migratorioides), Malagasy locust (Locust migratoria capito), Tree Locusts (Anacridium spp.), Central American Locust, (Schistocerca piceiferons), South American Locust (Schistocerca cancellata), Italian, Moroccan, and Asian Migratory Locusts (LMI), Fall Armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda), African Armyworm (Spodoptera exempta), Quelea spp. Email ybelayneh@usaid.gov to subscribe