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Tony Croft aka hamadryad

the body language of Decay, The Delights of D

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It never really stops, just a breather for composure, it was getting out of hand around here so i took a "vacation"

Did you manage to make that trip to Hungary?

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On 14/11/2010 at 16:32, Tony Croft aka hamadryad said:





In this image we see the tension roots and bark delaminations, along with some forming shears along the active root connected vascular bundles (force flows) without reduction this tree will fail, but Im hoping to gain permission to prevent this


Did this tree fail?

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13 hours ago, Tony Croft aka hamadryad said:

Lets throw you lot a curve ball! Inonotus nidus- Quercus frainetto, Black sea coast (semi Mediterranean)






But has the fungus caused root decay thus instability? 

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