Where Nature Meets Culture—Plus Wildfire, Dogs, Environmental News, and Writing with a Southern Rockies Perspective.
We had this stuff on our backyard elms when we lived on the hill, actually. I figured it was a fungus of some kind, but never knew more until now.
Elms ... so it does happen on non-native trees in the Rockies?
Not that I've ever seen. There are a few more in neighborhoods around here, but damned if I've ever seen a healthy one.
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