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Australia’s shot-hole borer beetle invasion has begun, but we don’t need to chop down every tree under attack

By Theo Evans, Associate Professor, The University of Western Australia
Bruce Webber, Principal Research Scientist, CSIRO
It’s a horror story unfolding in the west that could sweep across the country. Beware the shot-hole borer, an exotic pest that threatens our tree crops, plantations, urban forests and wild places.The Conversation

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