When a pine tree is under stress, from drought, overcrowding, or any number of other factors, the tree’s phloem layer, which the beetle attacks, is weakened. Beetles can feel this weakness when they attempt an attack. The pioneer beetle ventures out first, to test the weakness of a tree, and if it is successful, it summons more beetles.
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