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Coral spot fungus on Carpinus betulus - Growing on the previously pruned branches of branches in a Hornbeam hedge
 

Coral spot fungus on Carpinus betulus - Growing on the previously pruned branches of branches in a Hornbeam hedge


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Photographer: Martin Hughes-Jones - See more from this photographer
 
Image Number:   0170301
 
Image Size:   2848 x 4272 px
24.11 x 36.17 cm | 9 x 14.24 Inches | @300dpi

 
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Coral spot fungus on Carpinus betulus - Growing on the previously pruned branches of branches in a Hornbeam hedge

Coral spot fungus on Carpinus betulus - Growing on the previously pruned branches of branches in a Hornbeam hedge


 Image Number:   0170301 

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