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Mosses and Liverworts in Wales: Woodland
... very short and double. Isothecium myosuroides This species grows abundantly on rocks and on tree bases, often becoming dominant in these situations. It is recognised by its "sub-dendroid" arrangement ... new shoot tips provides a marked contrast. Plagiothecium nemorale A moss of earth banks, tree-bases and streamsides in woodlands and hedgerows, this has a flattened (complanate) appearance but rather ...
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Mosses and Liverworts in Wales: Rivers & Streams
... characteristic of the flood zone of rivers, growing on rocks or tree bases. A few are restricted to this habitat. Accumulations of silt at ... the stems) gives the plant a tree-like (dendroid) appearance. Tortula latifolia This moss grows on silted tree bases and rocks and walls by the ... the flood zone of rivers, on rocks, and less usually on tree-boles and roots. It is a fairly robust leafy liverwort, ...
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Crocus
... : naturalized in lawns (leave until leaves die--about 4 weeks after mowing starts), rock gardens, tree bases, massed in borders Other interest: native to So. Europe; saffron spice used to color and ...
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CPC Plant Profile - National Collection of Endangered Plants
... shade. Plants are often found around rock outcrops, protected sites at the downslope side of tree bases, and sites of natural disturbance, such as talus slopes and animal trails. It is rarely ...
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Eastern Woodrats in Kansas
... white throat, belly, feet and a furry tail. They build their nests in rock ledges, tree bases, brush piles, fencerows, old buildings and abandoned vehicles. Typical nests are cone-shaped, 4 feet ...
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Tree Fruit Aphid Key
... Pests Angus Howitt, 1993, NCR 63 - Michigan State University Characteristics of aphids commonly found attacking tree fruit crops. Aphid Crops attacked Overwintering stage Aphid color Number of generations Location First nymphs ... , usually 3-4 on apple Colonies at the bases of suckers or on pruning scars Mid-summer (variable) Black cherry aphid Cherry Eggs on tree Shiny black 2-3 on cherry; many ...
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Oak trees of California
... often cluster in slender, drooping catkins. Female flowers are at leaf bases, with a cup of overlapping scales. Where can you see Oak ... the oaks of the world. For the science-minded child: Oaks Tree by Gordon Morrison. Engaging text and margin notes edge the watercolor paintings and meticulous pencil drawings. Oak Tree (Webs of Life) by Paul Fleisher, Jean Cassels. (Ages 9-12 ...
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Got Conifer? When is a tree with needles not a Pine?
... papery bark. Sometimes, the name "pine" is used loosely for any tree in the pine family Pinaceae. In North America, that family contains larch, ... true fir, spruce, hemlock, and Douglas-fir. A tree with needles is not a Pinus if: the tree has bundles of a dozen or more ... a stalk and 4-sides; they spiral from persistent peg-like bases; the naked twigs are rough and warty; -- then the trees are spruces, ...
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Alloschmidia glabrata, Palm Tree
... Alloschmidia glabrata, Palm Tree Alloschmidia glabrata Description Locality: New Caledonia Island (East of Australia). Cold Hardiness: Down to 30- ... crownshaft [a woody shaft at the top of the trunk composed of tightly wrapped leaf-bases]. Leaf type: Pinnate (feathered shape). Suckering/Solitary: Solitary (single trunk). Maintenance: Average Speed of growth ...
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The Palm Tree Book: sabal uresana known as Savannah palmetto, Sonora palmetto or Palma Blanca palm
... The Palm Tree Book: sabal uresana known as Savannah palmetto, Sonora palmetto or Palma Blanca palm Sabal uresana ... New Mexico/Arizona. Cold Hardiness: 25-26s, F. Trunk type: Medium size, retained leaf bases until older. Leaf type: Medium sized blue costopalmate leaves. The segments are deeply divided (see ...
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