About Linden Borers
Linden borer is a boring beetle that attacks linden and poplar trees. It is commonly found in the northeastern quadrant of the US. The adult beetle is olive in color with long antennae. The larvae of the beetle feed under the bark, usually near ground level, on vascular tissue, structural wood and surface roots. Indicators of a linden borer infestation will be decline in vigor, with limbs lowest to the ground declining and dying and holes in the trunk near the ground.
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