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  1. Sorry both found on Oak. Thanks for your help.
  2. Can anyone ID these fungi? Cheers
  3. Thanks Guys, Client wants it removed. I did think about deduction myself. They've had too many trees come down at there club so there concerned about safety obviously. Cheers
  4. What are people thoughts on this Lime, has a large cavity on a lower stem. Tree has some die back in the crown but that is all. Tree is located in a cricket club, which has a lot of public traffic due to this I say fell is. Cheers Guys
  5. also guys, is Ganoderma pfeifferi a threat to the tree or is it benign, its obviously been growing there for some time, can it be left or does the tree need to be removed. Its located by the side of a cricket pitch, so could be a hazard. Thanks
  6. Hi, Could anyone help me identify this fungus fruiting body? Found at the base of a common beech. Brackets are black/greyish on top & Browny/White/Orange underneath. Cheers


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