June 15, 2012

Attack of the Woolly Adelgid

At Camp Rapidan, Shenandoah National Park
 Ranger Sally explained that the hemlock trees were destroyed by an insect called the woolly adelgid. The large tree stump shown here used to support a huge hemlock; now small maples are growing in it.

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