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by amerikestrel
October 20th, 2011, 8:29 am
Forum: 2012 Study Events
Topic: Forestry ID
Replies: 1474
Views: 86898

Re: Forestry ID

Definitely not a fir or spruce, so I'd say Singleleaf Pinyon?
by amerikestrel
October 18th, 2011, 4:18 pm
Forum: 2012 Study Events
Topic: Forestry ID
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Re: Forestry ID

Correct.
by amerikestrel
October 18th, 2011, 4:09 pm
Forum: 2012 Study Events
Topic: Forestry ID
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Re: Forestry ID

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by amerikestrel
October 18th, 2011, 2:28 pm
Forum: 2012 Study Events
Topic: Forestry ID
Replies: 1474
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Re: Forestry ID

Oh, it's the Southern Magnolia!
by amerikestrel
October 17th, 2011, 7:54 pm
Forum: 2012 Study Events
Topic: Forestry ID
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Re: Forestry ID

Ahhh...I hope I'm right this time. Eastern Cottonwood? Fremont Cottonwood is not as coarsely toothed. I agree!!! But the other question's answer is it grows near rivers! JSGandora, you can have the next ID, since you did ID it correctly! Wow Y'all are fast! Um...what? We've already gone through sev...
by amerikestrel
October 17th, 2011, 7:44 pm
Forum: 2012 Study Events
Topic: Forestry ID
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Views: 86898

Re: Forestry ID

Pacific Madrone?
by amerikestrel
October 17th, 2011, 7:36 pm
Forum: 2012 Study Events
Topic: Forestry ID
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Re: Forestry ID

Correct!
by amerikestrel
October 17th, 2011, 7:31 pm
Forum: 2012 Study Events
Topic: Forestry ID
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Re: Forestry ID

Yeah, that would have been my second guess, but I thought the picture look more like the Black Oak. Do you know how to tell them apart? The Sibley guide makes it seem like the Red Oak has a darker green leaf than the Black, but that's obviously not true in that photo. Here's a distinctive one! http:...
by amerikestrel
October 17th, 2011, 7:23 pm
Forum: 2012 Study Events
Topic: Forestry ID
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Re: Forestry ID

Oh gee...this is probably very easy but I haven't studied oaks yet. Is it a Black Oak (Quercus velutina)?

I think acorns have high levels of tannic acid?
by amerikestrel
October 17th, 2011, 7:12 pm
Forum: 2012 Study Events
Topic: Forestry ID
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Views: 86898

Re: Forestry ID

Yup, they grow along riverbanks and floodplains.

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