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beetle larva in firewood

beetle larva in firewood

Many pests can survive in firewood, some for more than three years. Shown here is a longhorned beetle larva (family Cerambycidae) emerging from split firewood. A new review in the Journal of Economic Entomology looks at what we know about forest pest movement in firewood and what we can do about it. (Photo by Dave Coyle, Ph.D.)

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