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SteveSi wrote:
Thanks! There seem to be 3 varieties. One as the first picture that I attached, then there are ones with two yellow dots, and a 3rd with wings. I attached another picture of a dead one with the two yellow dots. They seem to be anywhere from 2mm-7mm in length. The ones with wings are longer, because of their wings.

Last summer, and this summer the tree has been dripping an excessive amount of runny sap(honey dew?). I also see quite a few ants, and pincer bugs in the tree, as well as some spiders. Last year the tree was swarming with yellow jackets, but I haven't seen them this year.




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