Week 7

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ameliahardy
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Week 7
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2011-10-18 13:08:32
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  1. Pine, reddish peely bark, 2/3 rule
    • Pinus elliottii
    • Slash Pine
    • Pinaceae
  2. Smallest pine needles and cones, relatively smooth bark
    • Pinus glabra
    • Spruce Pine
    • Pinaceae
  3. Longest needles, largest cones, always in 3's
    • Pinus palustris
    • Long-Leaf Pine
    • Pinaceae
  4. Always has cones, branching starts halfway up, bark doesnt easily peel, 3 needles
    • Pinus taeda
    • Loblolly Pine
    • Pinaceae
  5. Sheathing leaf base
    • Canna flaccida
    • Bandana-of-the-Everglades
    • Cannaceae
    • Bambusa spp
    • Bamboo
    • Poaceae
  6. Smallest chestnut
    • Castanea pumila
    • Chinquapin
    • Fagaceae
  7. Lanceolate leaves, smoother bark, rounded canopy
    • Quercus laurifolia
    • Laurel Oak
    • Fagaceae
  8. Very tall, white grey trunk, 1/2 acorn hat
    • Quercus michauxii
    • Basket Oak
    • Fagaceae
    • Quercus shumardii
    • Shumard Oak
    • Fagaceae
  9. revolute margins, deeply furrowed bark, branches bow down
    • Quercus virginiana
    • Live oak
    • Fagaceae
  10. 5 lobed, 2 fleshy buds on terminal stem
    • Aesculus pavia
    • Red Buckeye
    • Sapindaceae
  11. hyaline midvein, veins opposite, multi trunk.
    • Chionanthus virginicus
    • Fringe Tree
    • Oleaceae
  12. diamond pattern on trunk, odd pinately compound
    • Fraxinus americana
    • White Ash
    • Oleaceae
    • Ligustrum japonicum
    • Japanese Privet
    • Oleaceae
    • Vitex agnus-castus
    • Chaste Tree
    • Verbenaceae

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