I will post a pic when my computer and Iphone are working together. The top of one mature crape myrtle had 4 limbs that were flattened out at the top and sort of drooping as if they were hot pressed. The integrity of the bark tissue or the function of the branch isn't effected as buds are generating. The limbs were removed today as we were limbing the trees back away from a second story eave. I don't suspect anything out of the ordinary other than these odd looking limbs. These mis configurations have never been seen on these trees before now. Has anyone ever seen heard or seen something like this before?? I have been pruning the myrtles back for 16 years now and never anything like this before. I am not worried...........just curious as I can't find anything on Google relating to malformed stems of the myrtle family.