Invasive Insects Attacking Trees

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Scientists say that the Emerald Ash Borer beetle and Spotted Lantern Fly are destroying trees in the Philadelphia region. The beetle eats through ash trees and leaves eggs under the bark. The lantern flies eat hardwood trees and fruit crops. The approach is to get rid of the wood they are attracted to. Learn more about the invasive beetle.

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