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Twig Girdlers

Twig girdlers (Oncideres cingulata) are beetles that can cause damage to the small branches of many hardwood trees. Adult twig girdlers are about 1/2" long and grayish-brown in color, often blending in with the bark of a tree, and have long antennae that are as long or longer than the beetle itself.

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