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We have a white pine handscribed log home in NW Wisconsin. About 20 years old. I have noticed a few spots, many around knots, that have a small amount of gray mud like substance and an entrance hole of som kind. It's flat to the log, not built up like a large mud wasp nest I see in barns. Any thoughts? I can't upload a picture or I would send one. Thanks


Not sure. Sounds like it could be a parasitic wasp entering a beetle hole. Call Dave at 800-564-2987. He may be able to help or give you a name that can.

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