Davey ALB spotters in Auburn

There have been some Davey workers surveying trees in Auburn the past few weeks for the Asian Longhorned Beetle.  Here are a few who were out this morning:


Here’s one of the trees they flagged today; they used pink, which at one point early in the ALB program used to indicate an infestation had been spotted.

Can any of my astute readers confirm whether pink tape still means ALB?

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One thought on “Davey ALB spotters in Auburn

  1. T says:

    It means that signs of the beetle are believed to have been spotted, making the tree suspicious and needing to be climbed to confirm.

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