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Sad reason almost 200 trees to be cut down in popular Perth park

Sad reason almost 200 trees to be cut down in popular Perth park
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Scores of trees at popular Perth parks face the chainsaw because a tiny, invasive pest is running riot.

Almost 200 of the 900 trees at Hyde Park, where the tree canopy is arguably unmatched anywhere in the city, have been damaged by the spread of the polyphagous shot-hole borer.

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“It’s devastating that the trees are going to have to be removed, but they do have to be removed,” Vincent mayor Alison Xamon said.

Trees have already been pruned or felled in Kings Park, Perth Zoo and Lake Claremont.

The exotic pest is native to South-East Asia and was first detected in Fremantle in 2021.

Hyde Park and other Perth spots are under attack from the tiny polyphagous shot-hole borer beetle. Credit: 7NEWS

Authorities say the beetle has spread quickly and is having a huge impact, tunnelling into and planting its fungus in trees, blocking the flow of nutrients and slowly killing them off.

There is no known treatment, meaning pruning and removal is the only way to prevent the pest from reproducing and destroying trees in WA parks.

The Department of Primary Industries launched its biggest-ever surveillance program in response, with more than 1.5 million trees on 50,000 properties inspected.

More than 3000 traps have also been deployed to track how widespread the borer is and DPIRD is also consulting experts in the US and South Africa about their efforts to eradicate it.

Almost 200 of the 900 trees at Hyde Park will need to go. Credit: 7NEWS

“It’s not clear how this destructive borer made its way into WA,” Agriculture and Food Minister Jackie Jarvis said.

“An unprecedented biosecurity response has been underway for more than two years to stem the spread of this pest.”

Tiny holes in a tree trunk, discolouration, staining or sawdust are some signs the borer is nearby.

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