The emerald ash borer (Agrilus plannipennis) is a wood boring beetle of Asian origin that has become established in parts of the upper Midwest. It is extremely damaging to all North America species of ash (Fraxinus), including green ash and white ash that are very commonly grown in Colorado landscape settings.
Ips beetles, sometimes known as “engraver beetles,” are bark beetles that damage pine and spruce trees. They develop under the bark and produce girdling tunnels that can cause die-back and kill trees. Eleven species of ips beetles occur in Colorado.
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