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Forestry Envirothon B. A. Stump 2010
Broad & Flat
Simple Leaf Petiole (Leaf Stalk) Bud
A Compound Leaf Leaflet Petiole (Leaf Stalk) Bud Pinnately Compound
A Compound Leaf Palmately Compound Leaflet Petiole (Leaf Stalk) Bud
(Alternate, rough on upper surface & soft-hairy below)
(Alternate, short in-curved teeth)
(Alternate, finely toothed)
(Flat needles w/ small stalks)
(5 needles per cluster)
Eastern White Pine
(Alternate, double serrated)
(Alternate, compound, finely toothed leaflets)
(Opposite, has the largest fruit of native species of this tree in the state)
(Alternate, rough leaves)
Tulip Tree “T-shirt tree”
Chestnut Oak White Oak
American Elm Slippery Elm
American Elm Paper Birch
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