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Elm Tree with Slime Flux
Ulmaceae
Ulmus


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Ulmaceae Family

Ulmus Genus

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Utah


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General Information

This tree looks to be infected with slime flux, or wet wood.



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Comment: Elm Tree with Slime Flux, Ulmus

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Randy Bartholomew

Payson, Utah, USA August 19, 2010
Does the tree produce seeds or nuts? It looks like an elm, especially with the weeping wound at the base. If it smells bad, it is probably a Siberian Elm.

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