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About this app

Identify wood decay fungi on the go.

With this app you can easily identify wood decay fungi by searching tree species.

Created using expert arboricultural knowledge this app is a useful tool for tree surgeons, tree officers, land managers and other industry professionals.

TMA Fungi features

Identify common wood decay fungi growing on or around trees
Search from a list of common and scientific tree names
Search for fungi by tree species and its location
View images of fungi to assist in identification
Useful information to further identify the specimen and its significance
Industry terms explained through pop ups

This mobile app’ is intended to be of principal use for those in the UK to supplement ground-based or crown-based tree inspections for the purpose of health and safety. Therefore, we recommend that this app’ is used in the field setting, first and foremost. Whilst the means of fungal decay by different fungi stands to be rather uniform across the continent and more broadly the world, host-specific associations differ and climatic variations have an impact upon the speed of rot and tree defences. Therefore, for those using this app’ outside of the UK, please be aware that local information should also be utilised (i.e. publications from your country of origin).
Regarding the fungi detailed within this app’ and the species associations, this app’ covers the majority of routinely-found fungi and their associations with trees but is by no means a complete guide.

The information provided in this app is of a general nature. Specific instances of tree/fungi associations should be investigated by an arboriculturist.
Updated on
5 Sept 2019

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What's new

More than 20 new fungi species added.
Now 89 trees available including their related crown, stem and root frequency.
Additional images for every fungi, up to 10 for each specie.