Rosaceae Prunus caroliniana - Carolina laurelcherry (Lab 4)

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  • Rosaceae Prunus caroliniana - Carolina laurelcherry: Bark on a tree 3 inches in diameter at breast height.Rosaceae Prunus caroliniana - Carolina laurelcherry: Bark on a tree 3 inches in diameter at breast height.
  • Rosaceae Prunus caroliniana - Carolina laurelcherry: Fruit, drupe, will turn bluish black upon ripening.Rosaceae Prunus caroliniana - Carolina laurelcherry: Fruit, drupe, will turn bluish black upon ripening.
  • Rosaceae Prunus caroliniana - Carolina laurelcherry: Leaves, alternate, simple, evergreen, margins entire to serrulate, often with occasional teeth.Rosaceae Prunus caroliniana - Carolina laurelcherry: Leaves, alternate, simple, evergreen, margins entire to serrulate, often with occasional teeth.
  • Rosaceae Prunus caroliniana - Carolina laurelcherry: Leaves, alternate, simple, evergreen, margins entire to serrulate, often with occasional teeth.Rosaceae Prunus caroliniana - Carolina laurelcherry: Leaves, alternate, simple, evergreen, margins entire to serrulate, often with occasional teeth.
  • Rosaceae Prunus caroliniana - Carolina laurelcherry: Leaves smell like Maraschino cherries when crushed.Rosaceae Prunus caroliniana - Carolina laurelcherry: Leaves smell like Maraschino cherries when crushed.
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Species: 207 | Genera: 122 | Families: 67

All Photos: 2063 | Leaf Photos: 622 | Twig Photos: 511 | Bark Photos: 353 | Fruit Photos: 274 | Photos per Species: 10.0

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