- Goto Message No.
(4)Hi Graham Many thanks for the reply - am well chuffed with what was a chance find - Steve was pointing out the 'witches' broom' on the tree. Will look out for
(3)Hello Sebastien No, it was really Humulus lupulus (the flowers were there too). Jérôme ... Hello Sebastien No, it was really Humulus lupulus (the flowers
(3)Thanks, That's a new one for our department ! Jérôme Le 11/09/2017 à 13:57, 'firstname.lastname@example.org' email@example.com ... Thanks, That's a new one for our
(3)Hi Keith Many many thanks for your ID and help - I had loads of photos to ID from a long visit to Scotland (no internet or microscope there), and this one was
(3)Thank you Brian The leaf was from a stem about 15 cm in length, one of several trimmed from a garden hedge, Some of the stems were topped by D crataegi galls
(4)*Aceria dispar* gall on aspen: maybe is less uncommon than it used to be? Margaret On 31 August 2017 at 22:49, Brian Wurzell firstname.lastname@example.org
View First Topic Go to