Birch -- Borers
Bronze birch borer generally affects white bark birch trees. River birches are seldom infected. D-shaped holes from on the trunk or branches of trees where adult beetles have emerged. Top branches of the tree start dying, due to the feeding of the borer larvae on the phloem and cambium tissues of the plant.
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