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is also called laminated root rot and is a root disease creating white rot. This is mostly found in Fd and Hw. It rarely has fruiting bodies.

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is a root disease creating white rot. This is the worst in the conifers Sx, Hw and Ba. Europe has developed a bio-control agent so this less common than it has been in the past.

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, also called cubical rot is a decay fungi that creates brown rot. This mainly attacks Cw and it attacks through scars. The fungus grows in the heart wood leaving the sap wood intact.

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(formerly ostoyae) is a root disease. Its fruiting bodies are called honey mushrooms and it has mycelial fans that can be seen in live form or through they imprints.

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also called Indian pain fungus is a decay fungus creating brown rot. This cannot attack healthy trees and its used by FN to make dyes.

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also called red belt fungus is a decay fungus that creates a dry brown rot. This makes the trees very dangerous due to instability. The conks put on perennial growth.

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is a decay fungus that creates white rot. It decays both the lignin and the cellulose. This is a form of true heart rot.

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is a root disease creating white rot. This grows on spruce and the fruiting bodies are found a the base of the bole of the tree. This creates wood that looks like a honeycomb.

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is a root disease that creates brown rot. It usually only infects individual trees and is particularly common on spruce and Fd.

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is a foliage pathogen of hard pines. This pathogen changes the shape of hte branches creating brooms.

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also called needle blight is a foliage pathogen of the pinus spp. It creates red bands on the needles which care caused by toxins. There are increased outbreaks of this pathogen because of climate change.

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is also called white pine blister rust. It is a rust that needs to alter between the hosts Pw and Ribes spp. This causes cankers or stem swelling.

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is a blister rust that affects hard pines (Pl,Py). It requires 2 plant species to complete its life cycle and continue spreading through pine stands.

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The common name is the western gall rust. It produces orange galls on pine trees mainly on the branches but sometimes can affect the main stem. Its latin name is .

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The mistle toe of the hard pines creates a whirl shape to its branches. The latin name is .

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The fan shape creating brooms on hemlock is caused by . It tends to occur at the top of the tree and typically found near the coast region.

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