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East Hampton Town’s Ravaged, ‘Ill Thriven’ Pitch Pine Forests

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New York State cut down infested trees in Napeague.   VICTORIA BUSTAMANTE

New York State cut down infested trees in Napeague. VICTORIA BUSTAMANTE

New York State cut down infested trees in Napeague.   VICTORIA BUSTAMANTE

New York State cut down infested trees in Napeague. VICTORIA BUSTAMANTE

Southern pine beetle larvae found in pitch pine bark.   VICTORIA BUSTAMANTE

Southern pine beetle larvae found in pitch pine bark. VICTORIA BUSTAMANTE

New York State cut down infested trees in Napeague.   VICTORIA BUSTAMANTE

New York State cut down infested trees in Napeague. VICTORIA BUSTAMANTE

Southern pine beetle larve on the bark of pitch pine.   VICTORIA BUSTAMANTE

Southern pine beetle larve on the bark of pitch pine. VICTORIA BUSTAMANTE

New York State cut down infested trees in Napeague.   VICTORIA BUSTAMANTE

New York State cut down infested trees in Napeague. VICTORIA BUSTAMANTE

Winding sinuous gallery in the inner bark and just on the outer wood surface, right in the cambium.   VICTORIA BUSTAMANTE

Winding sinuous gallery in the inner bark and just on the outer wood surface, right in the cambium. VICTORIA BUSTAMANTE

New York State cut down infested trees in Napeague.   VICTORIA BUSTAMANTE

New York State cut down infested trees in Napeague. VICTORIA BUSTAMANTE

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Nature Naturally

  • Publication: East Hampton Press
  • Published on: Oct 26, 2022
  • Columnist: Larry Penny
East Hampton Town’s pitch pine forests have been ravaged by the southern pine borer more than any other Long Island community’s. Near the end of this summer, the Napeague pitch... more

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