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Dendro Lab Cemetary

by: Jacob Erle

Dendro Lab Cemetary 336

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Jacob Erle
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Dr. Donald J. Leopold

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Here are the species that were identified in Week 4 around ESF Campus and while walking around Oakwood Cemetery; there are quite a few of them. If you want to get the best grade possible I'd sugge...
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This 24 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jacob Erle on Sunday September 27, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to 336 at Syracuse University taught by Dr. Donald J. Leopold in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 30 views. For similar materials see Dendrology in Foreign Language at Syracuse University.

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Date Created: 09/27/15
Dendrology Lab Notes Week 4 Campus and Cemetery Walk Species Identi ed jugans nigra black walnut Juglandaceae compound leaves oses terminal lea et butternut usually doesn t very broad description lnehiscen fruitens n to H open at maturity nut is covered by spherical husk a a leaf scar resembles happy monkey facequot branch pith is quotchamberedquot jugans cinerea butternut aka white walnut Juglandaceae termina lea et stays on ba at platy in a g ml rk quotMonkey facequot leaf scars Carya ovata shagbark hickory Juglandaceae 4parted nut partially Splits Open 1 Ie ts 39 A shaggy bark peels off easily bitternut doesnT Celtis occidentalis hackberry Ulmaceae quotwarty barkquot aky ridges eaves have asymmetrical base gas seen on leaf s underside detoid buds Taxodium distichum baldcypress Taxodiaceae not native to NYS commonly seen in swamps of Louisiana deciduous conifer kneesquot on ground oor most likely for structural support needes are Tworanked has branchlets alternatively arranged ong narrow ridges and furrows zigzagquot patterns Quercus alba white oak Fagaceae Stellate triangular pith common among all oaks buds are rounded have rounded lobes bark has long rectangular edges has a lip on the edge can be peeled off quite easily s s a Quercus velutina black oak Fagaceae twigs and bark have a bitter taste to them nggy colored tentous hairy aka pubescent quot quotl eaves are bristle tipped pointed lopes eaves found more in the sun have deeper sinuses than those that spend more time in the shade cap covers about 12 of acorn unlike Q aba these caps have loose scales to them bark has deep vertical rm furrows unlike Q aba these are tough to remove Quercus rubra northern red oak Fagaceae eaves observed were covered in small darkred galls slightly hair buds ovoid shape cap covers about 14 of acorn no loose scales rridges of bark are at quotski tracksquot Quercus macrocarpa bur oak Fagaceae buds are tomatose terminal rounded leaves narrow at petiole very irregular lobes r acorn resembles bird s nestquot cap margin is fringed Magnolia acuminata cucumbertree Magnoliaceae arge white hairy tomentos buds stipule scar surround twig shreddy bark Fruit is W m bright red seeds attached by thin white thread rather large leaves have symmetrical base entire undulate wavvl mardins Liriodendron tulipifera yellowpoplar Magnoliaceae not a true poplar tallest hardwood in eastern US range doesn t extend any farther North than Syracuse Tuipshaped leaf Fruit is aggregate of samaras persist through the winter buds have 2 glaucous glabrous scales looks like seeds of a cucumber interlacing ridges deep furrows Acer plantanoides Norway maple Aceraceae not actually on the list but good to know how to identify it white sap when red petioles are broken samaras grow in pairs about 180 apart 1 ebles that oalsh tree E El r1 a all A A pantanoides A saccharum Sassafras albidum sassafras La u raceae 3 different kinds of leaves oval glove and quotcartoon ghostquot shaped branches are glabrous glacous and green when broke branch smells like Fruit Loops Liquidambar styraci ua sweetg u m Hamamelidaceae Syracuse is the farthest North these will grow eaves are palmately lobed starshaped uits are spi ie cpsules I FL has long ridges Camus orida owering dogwood Cornaceae opposite arrangement Remember MAD ends of branches point upward termina owering buds perSImmon arcuate venation veins arc toward apex hs red drpes eshy fruit with 1 pit a n E la rm m b m e l mm W h F m 0 y t w w m m A D Ebenaceae entire undulate margins alternate placement Alligatorhide bark orange berries Ulmus americana American elm Ulmaceae eaves have sandpaper texture to them asymmetrica base douby serrate pointy brown buds corqquot bark Populus deltoides eastern cottonwood Schaceae detoid leaves truncate base very rigid unlike quaking aspen buds are resinous shiny Plantanus occidentalis American sycamore Plantanaceae buds found under hollow petiole very large leaves resemble maple form fruit Gleditsia triacanthos honeylocust Fabraceae very sharp thorns often bred to grow without them bark has large wide ridges quotplatesquot egume beanpod is about 12 long Robinia pseudoacacia black locust Fabaceae smaer legumes than honeylocust eaves are pinnately compound paired thorns near petiole all along rigid furrowed bark Nyssa sylvatica blackgum aka black tupelo Nyssaceae ong spur shoots project off whorls eaves turn brigt scrletered come autumn 01quot Q m a b ranc es roj c erpendicularly to trunk


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