Luckily, signs of infestation are clear to viewers. As Asian Longhorned Beetles eat their way through hardwood trees, they leave behind many indicators of their infestation. A tree that has had the larva will show round depressions in the bark, a perfect circle exit hole, and sawdust around the base of the tree. Furthermore, as the beetles eat important tree tissue, the leaves of the trees may turn yellow, droop, or fall off in seasons where they should not.

If you have seen any of these signs, speak to a company specializing in tree removal in North Charleston, SC.