A fungal disease affecting trees that was found in the Dyfi Forest has now spread to other parts of Wales, including Radnor.

Phytophthora pluvialis can affect a variety of tree species, including western hemlock, Douglas fir and several pine species.

Following findings in the Dyfi Forest and in Crychan, Llandovery, new cases have been confirmed in Talybont-on-Usk, Mynydd Du and Radnor.

A total of seven sites are now affected in Wales.

The disease that can cause pine trees to turn brown and shed their needles, and was identified in the Dyfi Forest a week ago.

A symptom guide has been prepared that provided more information on Phytophthora pluvialis.

People are urged to report sightings via the TreeAlert online portal.

Further cases in Wales will now be logged online here.