- Distribution: Western U.S.–California, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia
- Hosts: 38 species susceptible, additional 16 species associated with disease. Deadly to beech and oak. Hawaiian Islands associated hosts include Camellia, Rhododendron, and Victorian laurel
- Symptoms: Canker on trunk, may be oozing. If plants showing symptoms are found, call 643-PEST from any island in Hawaii.
- Control: Clear cutting, burning, and herbicide applications of infected plants
Source: Sudden Oak Death, Hawaii Department of Agriculture Quaratine Pest Alert No. 04-02, April 2004.