Scientists Take the Long View on Saving Eastern Hemlock Stands from Woolly Adelgid

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The hemlock woolly adelgid, an insect that has decimated the eastern hemlock population over the last 40 years, is not a parasite — it’s an herbivore. 

“Herbivores eat plants,” said Dr. Evan ...

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