Large quantity of white and yellow/orange slime flowing from cut surfaces of two sycamore trees.
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Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.
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See http://www.boxvalley.co.uk/nature/sns/wad66/w66-note.asp and http://www.abfg.org/bap/viewtopic.php?f=96&t=854 for more information about Slime Flux.
I couldn't open your 1st link but the second was fascinating.
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I kept getting some Server Error message with that boxvalley link too, but eventually it did open.
This link takes me direct to the part about Slime Flux http://www.boxvalley.co.uk/nature/sns/wad66/w66-note.asp#B
It's worth persevering IMHO as it is a very interesting article!
I have just had a look at the postings on the site and does seen to fit,I too was a landscape gardener and never pruned until late Nov/Dec as sap starts to rise from Feb onwards and this is how most infection are caused by pruning at the wrong time of year.Must say I have never seen this one before.
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