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Emerald Ash Borer Confirmed in 7 Indiana Counties

For more information on the emerald ash borer find in Hamilton County, please see the following news release from Indiana Department of Natural Resources. Click here to see the news release for the confirmation in Huntington County.

To view a map of positive emerald ash borer detections in Indiana, click here.

Other related websites:

Purdue Emerald Ash Borer site

DNR Emerald Ash Borer site

Emerald Ash Borer - This Web site is part of a multistate effort in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana.

Emerald Ash Borer in Indiana: The New Reality

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Information listed is valid only for the state of Indiana

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Emerald ash borer splitting trunk

Vertical splitting in bark

Emerald ash borer larvae

Larvae of emerald ash borer

emerald ash borer tracks

S-shaped tunnels beneath bark made by emerald ash borer larvae

D-shaped hole left

D-shaped exit hole when adult emerald ash borer emerges

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