2907-1399 (ENTO-372NP)

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Authored by Eric Day, Lab Manager, and Theresa A. Dellinger, Insect ID Lab, Department of Entomology, Virginia Tech

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Often mistaken for causing the death of a tree, pine sawyers are only secondary invaders of trees stressed or dying from other causes. Pine sawyer larvae bore into and tunnel through tree trunks, reducing the quality of usable wood. They attack both recently felled and still standing trees. 

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June 9, 2020

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