Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of adelgid.

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Examples

  • Next day, they're still there on my evergreens chomping away at the adelgids.

    Operation Garden Storm

  • Reduction and control of acid precipitation, gypsy moths, woolly adelgids, and zebra mussels.

    Appalachian mixed mesophytic forests

  • "It's very exciting in that the beetles are responding to their new environment and eating adelgids," Bohne said.

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • "It's very exciting in that the beetles are responding to their new environment and eating adelgids," Bohne said.

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  • "It's very exciting in that the beetles are responding to their new environment and eating adelgids," Bohne said.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • "It's very exciting in that the beetles are responding to their new environment and eating adelgids," Bohne said.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Gypsy moths, hemlock woolly adelgids and emerald ash borers threaten forests with their appetites, defoliating the tree canopy, destroying pine needles or weakening hardwoods.

    Press of Atlantic City: Editorials

  • Gypsy moths, hemlock woolly adelgids and emerald ash borers threaten forests with their appetites, defoliating the tree canopy, destroying pine needles or weakening hardwoods.

    Press of Atlantic City: Editorials

  • Horticultural soaps are effective controls for aphids, adelgids, whiteflies, mealy bugs and other soft-bodied insects.

    Redskins Insider Podcast -- The Washington Post

  • Gypsy moths, hemlock woolly adelgids and emerald ash borers threaten forests with their appetites, defoliating the tree canopy, destroying pine needles or weakening hardwoods.

    Press of Atlantic City: Editorials

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