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Forestry: Tree Identification

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Leisel Wirig

on 17 March 2016

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Transcript of Forestry: Tree Identification

Tree & Plant
Identification
*thin,scaly bark
that is reddish color on the edges & brown on the inside.
*blonde streaks in bark
*flat needles with racer
stripes on botttom
*needles up to 10" long
*clustered needles
*Idaho state tree
* one inch long needles
* braided needles
*bright green leaves
that greyish underneath
Douglas Fir
Psudotsuga menziesii
*needles aprox. 1 in
*bottle brush/ pipe cleaner
type needles
*smooth bark with
pitch pockets
Grand Fir
Abies Grandis
*Thick bark that
can be pulled
off in layers
(ya'll better get this right!)
WESTERN LARCH
Larix Occidentalis
PONDEROSA PINE
Pinus Ponderosa
*banna pinecones
*brownish gray bark broken
into small rectangles.
*needles 3-5" long
* rough & scaly bark
*dark red/brown in color
*needles in clusters of 2
length ranges from 1 1/2 in. -3in.
*Tall & slender
WESTERN WHITE PINE
Pinus Monticola
Lodgepole Pine
Pinus Contorta
*small woody pine cones
*flat short needles
*shade tolerant
*thin papery bark that is brown
or black depending on maturity
WESTERN HEMLOCK
Tsuga Heterophylla
Snowberry
Symphoricarpos Albus
Ocean Spray
Holodiscus Discolor
Oregon Grape
***Berberis Mahonia***
***changed ***
***Paxistima***
*Paxistima Myrsinites
***changed from Pachistima***
*changed*
Kinnickinnick
Arctostaphylos uva-ursi
Rocky Mountain Maple
Acer Glabrum
Nine Bark
Physocarpus Malvaceus
Twin Flower
Linnea Borealis
Buffaloberry
Shepherd Canadebsis
Syringa
Philadelphus Lewisii
ENGALMANN SPRUCE
Picea Engalmannii
SUBALPINE FIR
Abies Lasiocarpa
WESTERN RED CEDER
Thuja Plicata
RED ALDER
Alnus Rubra
*very tall & slender
*smooth grey bark
with risen blisters
* cones are blunt rounded
cylinders usually dark purple/brown
*strippy bark that is brown
with red
*small cones only 1cm.
*bark is grey/ whiteish
or green/ brown
*inner bark is red
SNOWBERRY
Symphoricarpos Albus
*white berries
*small rounded leaves
*shrub like bushes
*flowers that look foamy
*leaves that have "waves"
or ridges
*leaves that have red
spots & are
somewhat spiky
*purple berries
* yellow flowers
*small pink flowers
* small leathery oval leaves
*reddish-rown bark
* "bear berry"
* small "paddle"
shaped leaves
* small red berries
* ground cover
*smooth grey bark
*new growth red
* 5 piont leaves with ridges
BLACK COTTONWOOD
Populus Trichocarpa
*waxy leaves
*brownish black bark
* canyon shaped
grooves in bark
* ruffly leaves
*strippy bark with many
layers
*white flowers
*small droopy pink flowers
* small leaves
* ground cover
* reddish-purple-y bark
*scaly bark
*short spiky needles
*glossy/waxy leaves
* red berries
* Idaho state flower
* white flowers that
grow in clusters
PAPER BIRCH
Betula Papyrifera
*white bark peels off has a
papery texture
*leves have a pointed tip
QUAKING ASPEN
Populus Tremuloides
*leaves tremble in the wind
* smooth white bark with
black spots
*small waxy almost heart
shaped leaves
Wild Rose
Rosa Gymnocarpa
Blue Huckleberry
Vaccunium Globulare
* pink flowers
*rufffles around the leaves
edges
*litte spikes on the stem
*blue/ purple berries
*small & smooth leaves
*new branches red
* old bark light brown
* older names will be used at the Forestry Contest until a new reference book is avalible*
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