Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore (Lab 2)

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  • Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Bark on a tree 8 inches in diameter at breast height.  Mottled camouflage patches are typical.Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Bark on a tree 8 inches in diameter at breast height. Mottled camouflage patches are typical.
  • Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Bark on a tree 16 inches in diameter at breast height.  Mottled camouflage patches are typical.Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Bark on a tree 16 inches in diameter at breast height. Mottled camouflage patches are typical.
  • Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Bark on a tree 16 inches in diameter at breast height.  Mottled camouflage patches are typical.Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Bark on a tree 16 inches in diameter at breast height. Mottled camouflage patches are typical.
  • Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Bark on a tree 14 inches in diameter at breast height. Mottled camouflage patches are typical.Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Bark on a tree 14 inches in diameter at breast height. Mottled camouflage patches are typical.
  • Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Form of a large tree planted in an urban landscape.Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Form of a large tree planted in an urban landscape.
  • Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Form of a large tree planted in an urban landscape.Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Form of a large tree planted in an urban landscape.
  • Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Form, coarse roots typically are visible in streams, rivers, ditches, etc. with characteristic bark.Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Form, coarse roots typically are visible in streams, rivers, ditches, etc. with characteristic bark.
  • Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Fruit, aggregate of achenes.Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Fruit, aggregate of achenes.
  • Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Fruit, aggregate of achenes.Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Fruit, aggregate of achenes.
  • Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Leaf, alternate, simple, lobed and coarsely toothed margin yields distinct leaf shape.Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Leaf, alternate, simple, lobed and coarsely toothed margin yields distinct leaf shape.
  • Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Leaf, alternate, simple, lobed and coarsely toothed margin yields distinct leaf shape.Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Leaf, alternate, simple, lobed and coarsely toothed margin yields distinct leaf shape.
  • Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Leaf, alternate, simple, lobed and coarsely toothed margin yields distinct leaf shape.Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Leaf, alternate, simple, lobed and coarsely toothed margin yields distinct leaf shape.
  • Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Leaf, alternate, simple, lobed and coarsely toothed margin yields distinct leaf shape.Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Leaf, alternate, simple, lobed and coarsely toothed margin yields distinct leaf shape.
  • Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Petioloe, showing how the bud is protected in its base.Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Petioloe, showing how the bud is protected in its base.
  • Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Twig showing leaf scar that completely encircles buds.  While leaf is on the twig, the bud is protected within the petiole.Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Twig showing leaf scar that completely encircles buds. While leaf is on the twig, the bud is protected within the petiole.
  • Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Twig showing leaf scar that completely encircles a bud with a single, cap-like scale.Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Twig showing leaf scar that completely encircles a bud with a single, cap-like scale.
  • Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Twig showing leaf scar that completely encircles a bud with a single, cap-like scale.Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Twig showing leaf scar that completely encircles a bud with a single, cap-like scale.
  • Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Twig showing leaf scar that completely encircles a bud with a single, cap-like scale.Platanaceae Platanus occidentalis - American sycamore: Twig showing leaf scar that completely encircles a bud with a single, cap-like scale.
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