The emerald ash borer beetle (Agrilus planipennis) has been spotted for the first time in Indiana. According to this article from the Indianapolis Star, the beetle was found at a campground in Steuben County, and was first misidentified as another wood-boring beetle. Jamestown Township is now under quarantine (.pdf), meaning that no ash trees or lumber (or firewood of any tree species) can be taken from the town. On a potential positive note, Indiana's birds are probably psyched. If you live in Indiana and you think you've spotted an emerald ash borer, contact your Department of Natural Resources.