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Tree Week 3

a lot of trees :)

Eastern Hemlock at needle, 2 white lines run underneath, not a shrub
Basswood Very large toothed leaves, heart shaped leaf, up to 80 feet tall- very large tree
American Beech Smooth grey bark, tall and large, stipules look like a thorn
Musclewood small tree, smooth grey bark, ridges on bark, seed dud, serrated unlobed
Yellowbirch bark peels around the circumference, back is copper colored, lights on fire easily
American Elm Leaf feels like sandpaper, oblique pattern of serration, twice or thrice serrated
Snag Large fallen logs
mixed age structure Old growth forests typically have ______, range of structure, very old trees along with new ones- not all the same age