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Swamp tupelo
... crystallizing honey they help produce. In the past, hollowed swamp tupelo trunks, also called black gum, were used as bee hives ... leaves The bluish black fruit ripen in September and October. Swamp tupelo is an important species for the wildlife of North America. ... where the pith is constantly solid. Identifying Characteristics Size/Form: Swamp tupelo is a large tree that reaches heights of 100'. It ...
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Identification of the Hardwoods
... | hickory | holly | locust | magnolia | maple | oak | poplar | red alder | redbud | royal paulownia | sassafras | sweetgum | sycamore | tupelo | willow | yellow-poplar HARDWOOD - Trees with broad, flat leaves as opposed to coniferous or needled ...
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Forest | American Forest Biome
... other southern pines , oaks , and gums. Oak-gum-cypress forest map Bottomland forests in which tupelo, blackgum , sweetgum , oaks, or southern cypress , singly or in combination, comprise a plurality of the ...
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Red flowers in the garden
... sun. Moist soil. Zones 7-9. Nyssa sylvatica - "Black Gum" or "Sour Gum" or "Black Tupelo". A broad based conical shaped tree up to fifty feet. Oval glossy dark to mid ...
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Biomass, photosynthesis and water use efficiency of woody swamp species subjected to flooding and elevated water temperature
... of Georgia, P.O. Drawer E, Aiken, SC 29802, USA / Summary Seedlings of water tupelo (Nyssa aquatica L.), bald cypress (Taxodium distichum (L.) Richard) and button bush (Cephalanthus occidentalis ... the other species. High water temperatures reduced stomatal conductance and photosynthetic rates in water tupelo and black willow, but not in the other species. In combination with flooding, high ...
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FLORA OF NORTH AMERICA - Future Flora of North America Volumes
... families, notably: Cornaceae, Aquifoliaceae, Buxaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Rhamnaceae, Vitaceae & Linaceae] – Red Mangrove family; Dogwood family + tupelo, blackgum; Silk Tassel family; Olax family; Sandalwood family; Showy Mistletoe family; Christmas Mistletoe family; Rafflesia ...
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Hunt Institute: Site Index
... plantes) Title page ([Pinax] theatri botanici) Title page with figure from Buxbaumia ... Train, Agnes Scott Tupelo tree Wall chart of floral morphology and anatomy of the Primula Walpole, Frederick Andrews Contact ...
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Native Plants of Ohio, Bulletin 865, Medium Trees (30-50')
... negundo Aesculus glabra Magnolia macrophylla Nyssa sylvatica Common Name boxelder Ohio buckeye bigleaf magnolia black tupelo (black gum or sour gum) Height 30-50' 20-40' 30-40' 30-50' Ohio ...
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US National Parks By Name
... Cave NM UT Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve FL Tonto NM AZ Tumacacori NM AZ Tupelo NB MS Tuskegee Institute NHS AL Tuzigoot NM AZ Return to the Top U USS ...
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US National Parks By State
... FL-MS Natchez NHP MS Natchez Trace NST MS-TN Natchez Trace Parkway MS-TN Tupelo NB MS Vicksburg NMP MS Return to the Top Missouri George Washington Carver NM MO ...
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