Comment on ‘British cedars under attack?’ Dr Ana Perez-Sierra, Forest Research by Chris Sarson

I have a deodars in my back garden about 5ft tall. In the last week or so it has shown pinky/ brown colouring especially near the base. I have also noticed dead looking ends to some of the branches. If this site is still live could you tell me please if there is someone I …

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Comment on ‘A world without males: How the elm zigzag sawfly is benefiting from their absence’, Dr Max Blake, Forest Research by wtdigital

Hi Claire, If you could please report this to Tree Alert https://treealert.forestresearch.gov.uk/ this will go straight to the tree health teams at Forest Research. This could be a cause for concern if this was an Elm Zigzag Sawfly and was released in an area it is currently not found in. Many thanks Charlotte [Read More …

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Comment on ‘A world without males: How the elm zigzag sawfly is benefiting from their absence’, Dr Max Blake, Forest Research by Claire Drake

Hello, apologies if this is the wrong place to report this insect, but an extremely large Elm Sawfly pupae was brought back to a Wilko store in my town. It was found in a bag of meadow grass for small animals, and the customer was concerned it might be dangerous. Unfortunately the member of staff …

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Comment on ‘A world without males: How the elm zigzag sawfly is benefiting from their absence’, Dr Max Blake, Forest Research by Claire Drake

Hello, apologies if this is the wrong place to report this insect, but an extremely large Elm Sawfly pupae was brought back to a Wilko store in my town. It was found in a bag of meadow grass for small animals, and the customer was concerned it might be dangerous. Unfortunately the member of staff …

Read moreComment on ‘A world without males: How the elm zigzag sawfly is benefiting from their absence’, Dr Max Blake, Forest Research by Claire Drake