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Bleeding canker of horse chestnut photo gallery - page 4

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  • Dark streaking in the xylem underlying a bleeding canker
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    Dark streaking in the xylem underlying a bleeding canker
  • Arrested bleeding and underlying lesion
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    Arrested bleeding and underlying lesion
  • Lesion underlying basal bleeding canker
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    Lesion underlying basal bleeding canker
  • Mottled appearance of necrotic tissue, caused by bleeding canker
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    Mottled appearance of necrotic tissue, caused by bleeding canker
  • Lesion extension over one year
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    Lesion extension over one year
  • Newly extending necrotic lesion
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    Newly extending necrotic lesion
  • Girdling lesion on horse chestnut branch
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    Girdling lesion on horse chestnut branch
  • Armillaria (white mycelium) extending into canker lesion
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    Armillaria (white mycelium) extending into canker lesion
  • Horse chestnut with fruiting Flamulina on bleed spot
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    Horse chestnut with fruiting Flamulina on bleed spot

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