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RE: Ganoderma applanatum/australe on n.maple - implications

Subject: RE: Ganoderma applanatum/australe on n.maple - implications
From: antony croft
Date: Dec 30 2011 10:29:23


please see attached, and bare in mind this is from just a small selection on 
one site= croft castle
 
3) I may not be totally understanding your use of the term: 'typically 
shaped morbid growth and necrosis of living tissues and bark.' Originally I 
took it to mean wood with reduced vitality, dead areas of wood, and bark in 
declining health leading to death. Is this correct?

3) No, both Tony and I have documented the "typically shaped morbid growth 
and necrosis of living tissues" with lots of photo's, some of which you can 
find on Arbtalk.
 
Regards,
Gerrit

Fistulina- body languagesView photos    Download allYou are invited to view 
antony's album. This album has 12 files. 


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