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Potential ash tree collapse would threaten UK biodiversity

Worst-case scenario assessments predict 95% of British ash trees will be killed by ash dieback disease, a study has found. The tree also faces a new threat, the emerald ash borer beetle, which could eliminate it entirely. More than 1,000 species associated with ash would be threatened by the disappearance of the tree.

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