beech bark disease

beech bark disease
noun
: a disease of beech especially destructive in eastern Canada and northern United States that is due to the combined activities of the beech scale (Cryptococcus fagi) and a fungus (Nectria coccinea faginata) and causes destruction of living bark, wilting of foliage, and finally death of the tree

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