May 04, 2010

Lurid Trunk Slime

Looks like this (scroll down). Something you don't see in the Southern Rockies, in my experience, at least.


LabRat said...

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.

Chas S. Clifton said...

Elms ... so it does happen on non-native trees in the Rockies?

LabRat said...

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.