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Signs and symptoms of a tree-killing pest

August 25, 2009
By HILARY SMITH

Never a dull moment exists in the field of invasion ecology - new species, like the Asian longhorned beetle (ALB), keep arriving on the scene. ALB has the potential to eliminate sugar maples from New York's forests, thereby ending syrup production, impacting timber production, reducing the scenic splendor of our fall foliage, and dramatically changing the composition of our forests forever.

 
 
 

 

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