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forest edge with branches broken off by polyphagous shot hole borer

forest edge with branches broken off by polyphagous shot hole borer

A forest edge in Hong Kong is littered by branches broken off by the tunnels of Euwallacea aff. fornicatus, also known as the polyphagous shot hole borer. Some of the branches still have green leaves. (Photo credit: Jiri Hulcr, Ph.D.)

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