Japanese honeysuckle is a woody, perennial vine that can both trail and climb, reaching heights of up to 80 feet. It grows over shrubs and trees, causing them to collapse under the additional weight or girdling the supporting tree.
Tench is a member of the carp family. They have dark olive to pale golden coloring, a white-bronze belly, bright red-orange eyes and a small barbel at the corners of the mouth. The fins are dark in color, rounded and lack spines. Tench have a deep, but thin body and grow up to 18 inches long.
Oak wilt is caused by a fungus that blocks nutrient and water flow through oak trees, killing them from the top down.