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Description : Fruiting bodies of the Aspen Trunk Rot on a Trembling Aspen stem, indicating the presence of decay within the stem. This photo was used in the "Field Guide to Forest Damage in British Columbia" jointly published in 1999 by the Canadian Foretry Service and Forest Renewal BC. Catalogue ID: 2003.55.2017
Date : Februray 26th 1985
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