The Asian Longhorned Beetle attacks Hardwood trees including Maple, Ash, and Elm. We are currently at high risk of an infestation. Known signs to watch for include:

Visible Asian longhorned beetles. Adult beetles have bullet-shaped bodies from 3/4 inch
to 1-1/2 inches long, shiny black with white spots and long striped antennae,
1-1/2 to 2-1/2 times the size of its body.

A series of chewed round depressions in the bark of a

Pencil-sized, perfectly round tree exit holes

Excessive sawdust buildup near tree bases

Unseasonable yellowed or drooping leaves

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