Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Fungi-on-trees-in-Spessart-27MZIFV6O430.htmlConceptually similarFly Agaric in Beech Forest in SpessartGP04FQXCompleted★★★★Beech Tree Trunks in Spessart ForestGP04FQZCompleted★★★★Fungi on Tree Trunk in Spessart ForestGP04FR0Completed★★★★Fungi on trees in SpessartGP04FR1Completed★★★★Fungi on trees in SpessartGP04FR2Completed★★★★Fly Agaric in Beech Forest in SpessartGP04FQUCompleted★★★★Fly Agaric in Beech Forest in SpessartGP04FQVCompleted★★★★Fly Agaric in Beech Forest in SpessartGP04FQWCompleted★★★★Fungi on trees in SpessartGP04FRFCompleted★★★★View AllGP04FRQFungi on trees in SpessartClose up of little fungus growing on moss.In original language:Pilze an Baeumen im SpessartNahaufnahme eines kleinen Pilzes auf Moos.Locations:Bavaria-Europe-Germany-Spessart MountainsDate:28 Oct, 2012Credit:© Luis Scheuermann / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2631px X 1748pxKeywords:Autumn-Beech trees-Close ups-Day-Forests (campaign title)-Forests (topography)-Fungus-Green-KWCI (GPI)-Leaves-Moss (plant)-OutdoorsShoot:Beech Forest in Autumn in Spessart MountainsAutumn in a beech forest in the Spessart Mountains. Greenpeace activists continuing the mapping of the tree population of old beeches. Activists measure perimeter and diameter of beech trees and use satellite based GPS technology for the monitoring of ecologically valuable old trees.The area is part of the public forest in the Bavarian Spessart Mountains. As owner of these forests, the Bavarian State refuses to provide information about the exact location and management of old beech and deciduous forests in this part of the Spessart Mountains. Greenpeace demands that logging in public forests is immediately stopped in all deciduous forests with beech trees older than 140 years, until an agreement is made to protect 10 percent of the German state owned forests from any forestry uses.