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An expanding army of insects is eating away at U.S. forests

Insects, both native and those brought into the country, are draining the life out of the nation's forests. Global trade, a warming climate, and drought-damaged trees have helped insects to become one of the greatest threats to biodiversity in the U.S.

Invasive insects costing the world at least $100 billion a year

An international research team says invasive insects cause over 69 billion euros ($77 billion) in economic damages worldwide every year, with the greatest portion going to healthcare and agriculture.
 

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Emerald Ash Borer (adults) and tree damage from larvae.
Photo source: US Forest Service  David Cappa...
Emerald Ash Borer (adults) and tree damage from larvae. Photo source: US Forest Service, David Cappaert, photographer.
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