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Call for photographs

Subject: Call for photographs
From: JFL*
Date: Apr 15 2019 09:26:43


As some of you may know, we are running a pair of two-day seminars in June,
with one of the eight topics covered being trees and decay (I simplify). To
this end, I would greatly appreciate any photos of tree stumps created by
felling as a response to the presence of decay.

The species of the tree *and* the species of the fungus would need to be
known to a high degree of confidence, and the image should show the effect
of decay (or lack thereof) at the felling height.

I am especially interested in examples relating to Meripilus and

I will, of course, be pleased to credit any images within the seminar

If anyone can assist, kindly send the photos, together with the host/ agent
identification, by email to I would be pleased to
receive contributions by the end of this month, if possible.

With thanks and best wishes,


Julian Forbes-Laird BA(Hons), MICFor, MRICS, MEWI, Dip.Arb(RFS)
• Chartered Arboriculturist   • Chartered Surveyor   • Member of the Expert
Witness Institute
Director & Principal Consultant, FLAC

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