Wasps deployed in attempt to save ash trees, orchids.

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    Professor Don Cipollini, of Wright State University (Dayton, OH), has discovered that the emerald ash borer is using the White Fringetree (Chionanthus virginicus) as a host:

    http://www.dispatch.com/content/sto...may-be-infesting-on-another-type-of-tree.html

    (Ignore the awful 'infesting on' usage. Headline in newspaper, the PAPER sp., reads 'Biologist finds ash borer in new tree'. Perhaps the online transcriber was thinking of 'feasting on'.)
     
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