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Unexplained damage to tilia. Outer bark on stem of caucasian lime cut away to reveal large necrotic area adjacent to branch crotch - typical symptom of the unexplained, probably bacterial weeping canker disease of this tree species.

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Unexplained damage to tilia. Outer bark on stem of caucasian lime cut away to reveal large necrotic area adjacent to branch crotch - typical symptom of the unexplained, probably bacterial weeping canker disease of this tree species.
Date Taken: 15th November 1980

Photographer: John Gibbs
Copyright: Crown Copyright
Credit line: Forestry Commission / John Gibbs

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