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Help ID what is eating the bark of my orange tree

 
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Can you please help me identify what is eating the bark from my orange trees.  Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks.
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Orange tree bark
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Orange tree bark
 
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It really looks like a canker to me, not animal or insect damage.
 
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