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So the next time you are sitting on the fence about something, check to see if in fact it’s not been hollowed out by a Death-Watch Beetle, aka Xestobium Rufuvillosum. These cylindrical shaped beetles are 7mm long, with a head that is mostly hidden underneath their thorax. The larvae are 11mm in length and bore their way into moldy wood like old trees, furniture, barn boards and yes them country fences. Like earth worms, they tunnel their way through the wood, leaving a trail of saw dust behind them. Adults emerge during the spring, leaving holes about 4mm across in the wood. To attract mates, these woodborers create a tapping or ticking sound that can be heard alongside you’re deepest thoughts. Their bite won’t hurt you but the crash off the fence board might. Thanks for coming by!

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