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Tree Pests and Diseases Slideshow

Apiomorpha spinifer on Eucalyptus pauciflora
A crosscut view showing fungal fruiting body and some decay.
Apiomorpha spinifer on E. pauciflora, shows male & female
Black Sooty Mould and Scale
Acer negundo with Downy Mildue
Mistletoe on Eucalyptus pauciflora
Witches broom
Bracket fungus (Possibly Phellinus)
Bracket fungus (Possibly Phellinus)
A Stem Gall (Gregarious Gall Weevils)
Elm Leaf Beetles
Fungal fruiting body on failed Candlebark
Cypress canker
Cypress canker
Cypress canker
Cypress canker
Cypress canker
Rural dieback
Elm Leaf Beetle
Fungal Galls on Wattle
Fungal Galls on Wattle
Lichen and Fungus
Acer negundo with Downy Mildue suffering heat stress
Black spot
Bracket fungus (Possibly Phellinus)
Bracket fungus (Possibly Phellinus)
White Punk fruiting body (Laetiporus portentosus)
Gum tree scale
Chalcidoid Wasp Galls
Chalcidoid Wasp Galls
Disected wasp gall showing the grub inside
Black Sooty Mould and Scale
Acer leaf with Downy Mildue
Apiomorpha munita on E. bridgesiana.
Gum tree scale
Chalcidoid Wasp Galls
Apiomorpha munita on E. bridgesiana.
Apiomorpha munita (Four-tailed Gall)
Chalcidoid Wasp Galls on E. bicostata
Underside of Elm leaf suffering from Beetle and Sawfly lavae
Elm leaf suffering from Beetle and Sawfly lavae attack
Sorbus domestica (Service Tree) with Sawfly larvae damage
Acer leaf with Downy Mildue not showing on top of leaf
Underside of Downy Mildue affected leaves
These Willows don't look too bad from a distance
A closer look reveals major decay
A closer look reveals major decay
Cypress with herbicide damage (not canker)
Eucalypt with pretty serious decay and bracket fungus
Eucalypt with major cambium damage
Armillaria mycelia in bark sample
Root girdling
Root girdling
Bark damage and discoloration of Armillaria infected tree
E. nicholii with co-dominant leaders that failed
Apple scab (Venturia inaequalis)
Curl grubs feed on roots
Curl grubs collected from 10 nursery pots
Wood decay fungi at base of large Gum
Bracket fungus near base of large Gum
Pretty but poisonous - Amanita muscaria
Wood decay fungi at base of large Gum
The underside of the fungi
Bracket Fungus at base of deceased Casuarina.
Bracket Fungus (Possibly Ganoderma)
Root girdling
Mistletoe attached to a Casuarina
Mistletoe attached to a Casuarina (in Flower)
Failed Candlebark suffered Borers, Termites and Phellinus
Bracket fungus (Possibly Phellinus)