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The oak treehopper is a large and triangularly shaped insect that is often found on deciduous and evergreen oak trees (hence the name “oak treehopper”). The oak treehopper is considered a dangerous species and is known to be a troublesome pest that when abundant cause considerable dieback or even death of small trees (1).



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