Sawyer beetle may not be only culprit in pine deaths
Jill-Anne Spence, London's urban planning manager, suspects there may reasons other than the sawyer beetle for the death of several pine trees in city parks.
The removal of about 200 dead pine trees in city parks in London, Ont. is likely due to the work of the sawyer beetle, city arborists suspect. The city's urban planning manager, however, suspects there may be more to the story.
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