strange growths on my trees (help)

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This morning i noticed some strange and worrying growths;) on some of my trees see attached pictures any advice much apreciated cheers:rolleyes:
 

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Enjoy what Easter means to you and be blessed.
 

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I believe the first is a purple leaf eater... To exterminate this delicious bug, you must first unwrap... ;) Happy Easter..
 

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I believe the first is a purple leaf eater... To exterminate this delicious bug, you must first unwrap... ;) Happy Easter..


Thanks for your advice i employed some child labour to get the job done,

Happy easter, estre, Zombus or whichever spring celebration you indulge in !!!!!:)
 

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This morning i noticed some strange and worrying growths;) on some of my trees see attached pictures any advice much apreciated cheers:rolleyes:

To use the modern vernacular, I believe I have just been "Rick Rolled"...:p
 

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I never got that many eggs,i went out looking for something else and found an easter egg today.

It wan't actualy an egg but an irregular echinoid,slightly crushed in great antiquity and preserved as flint for me to find in the plough soil.

It's not the same as a chocolate egg but it but will last a bit longer.
 

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I never got that many eggs,i went out looking for something else and found an easter egg today.

It wan't actualy an egg but an irregular echinoid,slightly crushed in great antiquity and preserved as flint for me to find in the plough soil.

It's not the same as a chocolate egg but it but will last a bit longer.



Klytus,
That is the most profound, beautiful thing I have ever read in a bonsai forum.
 

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I have identified the creature in the second picture!!!
With all haste it needs to be removed and eaten!
The damage this creature causes will forever change the shape all all it comes near!
Have a Blessed Day!!
:D
 

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I think those pests are harmless to the plant but they can attract other potentialy harmful pests to your trees and I think they are life threatening to puppies. It's a good thing you removed them, LOL.
Happy Easter!

Mo
 

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I never got that many eggs,i went out looking for something else and found an easter egg today.

It wan't actualy an egg but an irregular echinoid,slightly crushed in great antiquity and preserved as flint for me to find in the plough soil.

It's not the same as a chocolate egg but it but will last a bit longer.

What were you looking for
 

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Hahahaha...now that was really funny. You so got me! I enjoyed that! Hope you had a Great Easter my friend.:D
 

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Looking for Witches brooms and small trees with thick thrunks,on other excursions it may have been roman coins or perhaps Villa fragments,Mushrooms and Toadstools,the elusive Red Squirrel and even Zoo escapees which may be not limited to Wallabies...,Paleolithic hand axes and arrow heads,Meteorites perhaps but not Scorpions.

Gold Torcs sticking out of the ground were not high on my list,though it would be nice.

One can only look for so many things at once.
 

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