Scott Schlarbaum, with UT's forestry department and a scientist for The Nature Conservancy, says the hole of the emerald ash borer has a very small but distinctive "D" shape.
Scott Schlarbaum, with UT's forestry department and a scientist for The Nature Conservancy, says the hole of the emerald ash borer has a very small but distinctive "D" shape.
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published Saturday, June 7th, 2014
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