Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech (Lab 7)

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  • Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Bark on a tree 24 inches in diameter at breast height.  Regardless of size bark remains smooth and grey, making this the prototypical initial carving tree.Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Bark on a tree 24 inches in diameter at breast height. Regardless of size bark remains smooth and grey, making this the prototypical initial carving tree.
  • Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Bark on a tree 24 inches in diameter at breast height.  Regardless of size bark remains smooth and grey, making this the prototypical initial carving tree.Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Bark on a tree 24 inches in diameter at breast height. Regardless of size bark remains smooth and grey, making this the prototypical initial carving tree.
  • Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Bark on a tree 24 inches in diameter at breast height.  Regardless of size bark remains smooth and grey, making this the prototypical initial carving tree.Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Bark on a tree 24 inches in diameter at breast height. Regardless of size bark remains smooth and grey, making this the prototypical initial carving tree.
  • Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Bark on a tree 16 inches in diameter at breast height.  Regardless of size bark remains smooth and grey, making this the prototypical initial carving tree.Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Bark on a tree 16 inches in diameter at breast height. Regardless of size bark remains smooth and grey, making this the prototypical initial carving tree.
  • Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Bark on a tree 16 inches in diameter at breast height.  Regardless of size bark remains smooth and grey, making this the prototypical initial carving tree.Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Bark on a tree 16 inches in diameter at breast height. Regardless of size bark remains smooth and grey, making this the prototypical initial carving tree.
  • Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Bark on a tree 12 inches in diameter at breast height. Regardless of size bark remains smooth and grey, making this the prototypical initial carving tree.Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Bark on a tree 12 inches in diameter at breast height. Regardless of size bark remains smooth and grey, making this the prototypical initial carving tree.
  • Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Bark on a tree 14 inches in diameter at breast height. Regardless of size bark remains smooth and grey, making this the prototypical initial carving tree.Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Bark on a tree 14 inches in diameter at breast height. Regardless of size bark remains smooth and grey, making this the prototypical initial carving tree.
  • Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Form, a large usually single-trunked tree that gets pronounced buttress roots when larger.Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Form, a large usually single-trunked tree that gets pronounced buttress roots when larger.
  • Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Fruit, nut in a burred, triangular woody husk.Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Fruit, nut in a burred, triangular woody husk.
  • Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Leaf, alternate, simple, parallel veins each ending in a small tooth.Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Leaf, alternate, simple, parallel veins each ending in a small tooth.
  • Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Leaf, alternate, simple, parallel veins each ending in a small tooth.Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Leaf, alternate, simple, parallel veins each ending in a small tooth.
  • Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Leaf, alternate, simple, parallel veins each ending in a small tooth.Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Leaf, alternate, simple, parallel veins each ending in a small tooth.
  • Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Leaf, alternate, simple, parallel veins each ending in a small tooth.Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Leaf, alternate, simple, parallel veins each ending in a small tooth.
  • Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement and long, pointy, cigar-like buds.Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement and long, pointy, cigar-like buds.
  • Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement and long, pointy, cigar-like buds.Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement and long, pointy, cigar-like buds.
  • Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement and long, pointy, cigar-like buds.Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement and long, pointy, cigar-like buds.
  • Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement and long, pointy, cigar-like buds.Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement and long, pointy, cigar-like buds.
  • Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement and long, pointy, cigar-like buds.Fagaceae Fagus grandifolia - American beech: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement and long, pointy, cigar-like buds.
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Species: 207 | Genera: 122 | Families: 67

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