From: rupertbaker [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 26 March 2009 16:22
To: UK Tree Care
Subject: RE: Aesculus with elephantiasis
Dear Bill & Gareth,
Possible; but I don't think so. I've sectioned the point which could be
an entry boring and is now partially closed down to a slit, and it leads
to a lesion within the discoloured wood which appears more fungal than
insect damage. The rection wood around this has in effect displaced the
pith line to the other side of the swelling, and the lesion does not get
close to it. I've seen leaopard moth damage on eg willow, and they are
pretty big holes; and usually multiples too; so I'm still inclined to
think pathogen rather than insect.
All the best
Righty ho. In which case I've no idea what it is!
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