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swampdonkey:great post so far!the link for the maple id by bark was broken for me though?anyhow I may be able to send photos if I could get this computer prob fixed... using OLD one and new one died which has camera on ... I got some good hardwood ohio trees with very varried species as the property was onece a tree farm some 30+ yrs ago.mark m
However I do miss the hardwood in New Brunswick in the Fall...
Sam, I'm trying to think what black poplar is. Is it black cottonwood, or balsam poplar (balm-of-gilead)? Got a latin name? I'm not trying to quiz ya, just don't know what it is.cheers
Yep, that leaf looks curiously similar to a turkey oak leaf, but the long petiole gives it away!
I hate to be a dissenter, but I believe that it is what was once thought to be a variety of southern red oak, cherrybark oak. The base does not have that "bell shaped" roundness that is typical of southern red oak. The Doc still takes the cake, though .
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