Emerald ash borer found in 2 more Ill. counties
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — State Department of Agriculture officials say the destructive emerald ash borer has been found in Lee and Henry counties in northern Illinois.
The borer is a small, metallic-green beetle whose larvae burrow into the bark of ash trees, eventually starving the trees to death.
Signs of infestation include thinning and yellowing leaves and D-shaped holes in the tree bark.
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