Andrej Kunca, National Forest Centre - Slovakia, Bugwood.org
European Larch Canker
Lachnellula willkommi

European Larch Canker (Lachnellula willkommi ) is a fungal pathogen. It was first detected in Massachusetts in 1927 .

European larch canker, caused by the fungus Lachnellula willkommii, is a serious disease in many parts of Europe. It kills mature and immature species of trees in the genus Larix (larch, tamarack, hackmatack).

Visit the European Larch Canker program page for more information about this pest.

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