Yew (Taxus baccata)

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phytophthoraLateralis

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Figure 1. Single infected mature Lawson’s cypress tree Photo courtesy of Forestry Commission (ref 2014314) What is it and where is it found? Phytophthora lateralis is a fungus-like plant pathogen which causes an often fatal disease of trees, mainly in the genus Chamaecyparis. Lawson’s cypress (C. lawsoniana) is the primary host. P. lateralisis commonly found on C. lawsonianain forests in the native range of this tree species in southern Oregon and northern California. The pathogen is also found in Canada. Typically, the main parts of the tree that becomes infected are the roots and stem...

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Names

Taxus baccata in differrent languages.

Tayberry
Taybeere
Tayberry
Tajbero
Category:Tayberries
Tayberry

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