Fabaceae Robinia pseudoacacia - black locust (Lab 3)

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  • Fabaceae Robinia pseudoacacia - black locust: Bark on a tree 7 inches in diameter at breast height.  Bark is usually ropey and coarsely textured.Fabaceae Robinia pseudoacacia - black locust: Bark on a tree 7 inches in diameter at breast height. Bark is usually ropey and coarsely textured.
  • Fabaceae Robinia pseudoacacia - black locust: Form of a medium sized tree growing on a forested edge.  Due to extreme shade intolerance black locust is rarely if ever found in forested interiors.Fabaceae Robinia pseudoacacia - black locust: Form of a medium sized tree growing on a forested edge. Due to extreme shade intolerance black locust is rarely if ever found in forested interiors.
  • Fabaceae Robinia pseudoacacia - black locust: Fruit, legume.Fabaceae Robinia pseudoacacia - black locust: Fruit, legume.
  • Fabaceae Robinia pseudoacacia - black locust: Leaf, alternate, pinnately compound, leaflets rounded and oblong, color a bluish-grey-green.Fabaceae Robinia pseudoacacia - black locust: Leaf, alternate, pinnately compound, leaflets rounded and oblong, color a bluish-grey-green.
  • Fabaceae Robinia pseudoacacia - black locust: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement and paired stipular spines.  Spines are common, but are not present on every specimen.Fabaceae Robinia pseudoacacia - black locust: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement and paired stipular spines. Spines are common, but are not present on every specimen.
  • Fabaceae Robinia pseudoacacia - black locust: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement and paired stipular spines.  Spines are common, but are not present on every specimen.Fabaceae Robinia pseudoacacia - black locust: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement and paired stipular spines. Spines are common, but are not present on every specimen.
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