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Roundheaded appletree borer
Saperda candida

  • Dead stems and stem breakage
  • Cracks or splits in bark on lower stems
  • Areas of darkened bark and sap oozing from entrance hole
  • Larvae tan to cream colored and grub-like, about 1 – 1 ½" long
  • Adult brown with two white stripes, about ¾" long with equally long antennae
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