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What is Emerald Ash Borer?
Emerald ash borer is a non-native insect that attacks and kills all species of ash trees native to the U.S. The adults are small, iridescent green beetles that live outside of trees during the summer months. The larvae are grub or worm-like and live underneath the bark of ash trees. Trees are killed by the tunneling of the larvae under the tree's bark.
EAB is native to eastern Asia but was discovered in Detroit, Michigan and Windsor, Ontario in 2002. Indications are it may have been introduced to this area as early 1990.

Emerald Ash Borer

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2. How might I know if a tree is infested with EAB?
3. What should I do if I think a tree is infested with EAB?
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