These Beetles Use Booze-Soaked Trees to Farm Their Food – National Geographic


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These Beetles Use Booze-Soaked Trees to Farm Their Food
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You probably wouldn't enjoy a home made of alcohol-soaked wood. But for ambrosia beetles, it doesn't get any better. These insects make a living by growing fungal "gardens" in dead, dying, or stressed trees. When trees are stressed, for instance by
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