Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash (Lab 4)

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  • Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Bark of a tree 20 inches in diameter at breast height.Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Bark of a tree 20 inches in diameter at breast height.
  • Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Bark closeup from a tree 20 inches in diameter at breast height.Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Bark closeup from a tree 20 inches in diameter at breast height.
  • Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Bark of a tree 3 inches in diameter at breast height.Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Bark of a tree 3 inches in diameter at breast height.
  • Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Form of a tree grown in a natural stand that has since been converted to a park.Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Form of a tree grown in a natural stand that has since been converted to a park.
  • Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Form of a tree grown in a natural stand that has since been converted to a park.Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Form of a tree grown in a natural stand that has since been converted to a park.
  • Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Fruit, samaras, seed will be much rounder than green ash.Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Fruit, samaras, seed will be much rounder than green ash.
  • Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Fruit, samaras, seed will be much rounder than green ash.Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Fruit, samaras, seed will be much rounder than green ash.
  • Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Leaves, opposite, pinnately compound, leaflets typically rounded.Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Leaves, opposite, pinnately compound, leaflets typically rounded.
  • Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Leaves, opposite, pinnately compound, leaflets typically rounded.Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Leaves, opposite, pinnately compound, leaflets typically rounded.
  • Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Leaves, opposite, pinnately compound, leaflets typically rounded.Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Leaves, opposite, pinnately compound, leaflets typically rounded.
  • Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Leaves, opposite, pinnately compound, leaflets typically rounded.Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Leaves, opposite, pinnately compound, leaflets typically rounded.
  • Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Twig showing opposite leaf arrangement, leaf scars form 'U' around lateral buds.Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Twig showing opposite leaf arrangement, leaf scars form 'U' around lateral buds.
  • Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Twig showing opposite leaf arrangement, leaf scars form 'U' around lateral buds.Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Twig showing opposite leaf arrangement, leaf scars form 'U' around lateral buds.
  • Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Twig showing opposite leaf arrangement, leaf scars form 'U' around lateral buds.Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Twig showing opposite leaf arrangement, leaf scars form 'U' around lateral buds.
  • Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Twig showing opposite leaf arrangement, leaf scars form 'U' around lateral buds.Oleaceae Fraxinus americana - white ash: Twig showing opposite leaf arrangement, leaf scars form 'U' around lateral buds.
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