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Question by  martyGvd (22)

What kind of bugs would be likely to be found on the bark of my magnolia tree?


Answer by  Jessie124 (1885)

You might see tiny, worm like bugs. These are the larvae of moths, beetles, and sawflies. All of these will attack trees including magnolia. Most tree experts recommend you spraying your magnolia trees every spring with a special insecticide that will kill most of the bugs.


Answer by  Tiera19 (97)

There are several different kinds of bugs that hang around on trees. Beetles, ants, caterpillars, spiders, different types of larvae, and bag worms are just some examples. A lot of these are harmless but others can eventually end up killing the tree. However, most of the time, bugs tend to like dead trees better than live ones.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

There are numerable bugs that will pick on those trees and they are all hard to get rid of. Go to a garden center and ask. They will know specifics.


Answer by  shoofeer1 (116)

While these are not harmful, bag worms, ants, different kinds of larvae, spiders, beetles and caterpillars are among those found around trees.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Well you can find ants on it especially velvet ants. They also attract caterpillars of many types so watch out for it.

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