Managing Armadillo Damage
- Date of Publication
- August 31, 2021
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Armadillos are beneficial because they eat insects and other invertebrates, but they can damage lawns, gardens, and structural foundations. They also are believed to transmit leprosy to humans. This publication focuses on control methods such as trapping and poisoning. ( 2 pp., 1 illustration, 1 photo)
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