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Sugar Maple Borer (1. Place where egg was laid, showing exccrement or borings thrown out by borer; 1a. Another more than normally discolored; 2. Borer or grub in September from egg laid the same season; 3. Nearly full grown borer; 4. Adult or beetle; 5. Hole through which the beetle escaped from the trunk; 6. Sadust or borings packed in burrow. Maple Tree Pruner (Elaphidion villosum Fabr.): 7. Grub or borer in its burrow, a portion of the twig being cut away to show its work; 7a. Small twig with only a thin shell of bark, the wood being nearly all eaten; 8. Pupa in the burrow. the base of both twigs represented has ben nearly eaten off by the larva; 9. Adult or beetle. Cottony Maple Tree Scale Insect (Pulvinaria innumerabilis Rathv.): 10. Active or recently hatched young; 11. Adult females, many eggs can be found in the woolly masses; 12. Leaf with many young scales on its under side.

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