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Press Release 11-174
Are New England's Iconic Maples at Risk?

Invasive Asian longhorned beetle has potential for wide reach in region's forests

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Photo of a New Englan fall scence along a pond lined with maples.

How much longer will maples grace New England forests? A beetle may have the answer.

Credit: NSF Harvard Forest LTER Site


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Photo of an infested Worcester maple, showing exit holes from adult Asian longhorned beetles.

An infested Worcester maple, showing exit holes from adult Asian longhorned beetles.

Credit: Dave Orwig


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Photo of a trunk showing interior damage by Asian longhorned beetles.

Tree trunk showing interior damage by Asian longhorned beetles.

Credit: Kevin Dodds


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Photo of scientist Kevin Dodds assessing a beetle-laden tree near Worcester, Mass.

Harvard Forest LTER scientist Kevin Dodds assesses a beetle-laden tree near Worcester, Mass.

Credit: Dave Orwig


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Photo of scientist Nathan Siegert measuring an infested tree in a town abutting Worcester, Mass.

Scientist Nathan Siegert measures an infested tree in a town abutting Worcester, Mass.

Credit: Dave Orwig


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Photo of Kevin Dodds with an Asian longhorn beetle-infested tree.

Kevin Dodds with an Asian longhorn beetle-infested tree on the edge of a research forest tract.

Credit: Dave Orwig


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