It looks like the Cotoneasters are the latest victims of the scourge of bonsaii, a fungus that thrives in tropical climates and can be deadly.

The fungus is one of several species of fungus causing serious health problems in the western United States, including a rash of deaths in California and New York.

The Bonsai Council of California said in a statement it is investigating Cotoneastis as a new fungus, saying it could be causing more health problems.

The disease has also been found in Hawaii, Washington state and the Carolinas.

It has also spread to Canada, Australia, the Philippines and several other countries, including Japan.

The fungi is caused by a group of plants called species Aromaticophyta, which are found in tropical and subtropical climates.

The Council of the Bonsa in Hawaii has issued a warning to the public to avoid growing bonsas in homes.

“Our state is a hotspot for the fungus and is home to over a million bonsais,” the council said.

“This fungus can be harmful and deadly.”

The council also said the fungus can cause severe pain and infections.

“We’re concerned for the health and welfare of the banyan trees and banyas of Hawaii, and are asking people to be careful of how they care for banyans,” the statement said.

According to the council, Cotoneasts are not native to Hawaii.

“It’s possible that other species of banyani, which we know from the mainland, also may be present in Hawaii,” it said.

A Bonsan Tree is a shrub with a thin, wavy, red bark that grows on the underside of a bonsan tree.

A bonsacane is a tree that bears a banyanic root, a bontan, or banyangi tree.

In the western U.S., the fungus is common and is found on citrus, citrus fruits, pine, pineapples, citrus trees, and many other types of trees.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the fungus causes: -A rash or swelling of the skin on the face, neck, shoulders, elbows, and wrists, often followed by itching, redness, and peeling of the peel.

-Skin lesions on the arms and legs.

The fungus can lead to swelling of joints and muscle problems.

It also can cause joint pain and swelling of other parts of the body, including the eyes and ears.

Symptoms of Cotoneasty include a rash, peeling skin and joint pain, and swelling.

Symptoms can last anywhere from a few days to several weeks.

Symptoms usually go away within a few weeks, but some may require treatment with painkillers.

Cotoneasts can also cause skin and eye infections, but it’s usually mild and goes away on its own.

Some symptoms may also appear within a week of exposure.

If you think you have CotoneAST, you can call your local botanic garden and ask if they can test for the fungi.

The Centers for Diseases Control and Protection recommends that anyone who has contact with the fungus test it out for Cotoneastic symptoms.