The state continues to trap coconut rhinoceros beetles around the island.
It was first spotted on Oahu in December on a golf course at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam.
In the last two weeks, the state says 56 adult beetles were captured including one larva.
Most were captured in the Pearl Harbor area but others were found at the Navy Marine Golf Course, Keehi Lagoon Park, and Lagoon Drive.
The good news is officials say there are no new breeding sites.
The coconut rhinoceros beetle is known to destroy coconut and other palm trees.
- State continues to battle coconut rhino beetle – Apr. 17, 2014
- State, military on alert after invasive beetles found on base - Feb. 20. 2014
- Major effort to eradicate rhino beetle - Feb. 4, 2014
- Traps set to catch beetles - Jan. 31, 2014
- Invasive beetles found on Oahu coconut trees - Jan. 9, 2014