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Nature Notebook

If you have any American beech trees in your yard or forest, you might have recently noticed fuzzy white insects on the branches, or possibly the discoloration and addition of mold to the ground under said branch. The beech blight aphid, Grylloprociphilus imbricator, is the culprit.

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