Rutaceae Ptelea trifoliata - common hoptree (Lab 4)

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  • Rutaceae Ptelea trifoliata - common hoptree: Bark of a tree 3 inches in diameter at breast height.Rutaceae Ptelea trifoliata - common hoptree: Bark of a tree 3 inches in diameter at breast height.
  • Rutaceae Ptelea trifoliata - common hoptree: Bark of a tree 1.5 inches in diameter at breast height.Rutaceae Ptelea trifoliata - common hoptree: Bark of a tree 1.5 inches in diameter at breast height.
  • Rutaceae Ptelea trifoliata - common hoptree: Form, a small tree spreading by root sprouting.Rutaceae Ptelea trifoliata - common hoptree: Form, a small tree spreading by root sprouting.
  • Rutaceae Ptelea trifoliata - common hoptree: Fruit, samara, waferlike.Rutaceae Ptelea trifoliata - common hoptree: Fruit, samara, waferlike.
  • Rutaceae Ptelea trifoliata - common hoptree:  Fruit, samara, waferlike.Rutaceae Ptelea trifoliata - common hoptree: Fruit, samara, waferlike.
  • Rutaceae Ptelea trifoliata - common hoptree: Leaf, alternate, trifoliately compound, malodorous when crushed.Rutaceae Ptelea trifoliata - common hoptree: Leaf, alternate, trifoliately compound, malodorous when crushed.
  • Rutaceae Ptelea trifoliata - common hoptree: Leaf, alternate, trifoliately compound, malodorous when crushed.Rutaceae Ptelea trifoliata - common hoptree: Leaf, alternate, trifoliately compound, malodorous when crushed.
  • Rutaceae Ptelea trifoliata - common hoptree: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement.Rutaceae Ptelea trifoliata - common hoptree: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement.
  • Rutaceae Ptelea trifoliata - common hoptree: Twigs showing alternate leaf arrangments and pedicels where samaras were attached.  Twigs are malodorous if crushed.Rutaceae Ptelea trifoliata - common hoptree: Twigs showing alternate leaf arrangments and pedicels where samaras were attached. Twigs are malodorous if crushed.
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