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EAB larvae in olive stem

EAB larvae in olive stem

An emerald ash borer (Agrilus planipennis) larvae is revealed successfully developing in the wood of a cultivated olive tree—adding a second species to the list of non-ash trees that the invasive insect can attack. The larvae pictured above was found in an experiment conducted at Wright State University. (Photo credit: Don Cipollini, Ph.D.)

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