Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm (Lab 11)

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  • Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Bark of a tree 6 inches in diameter at breast height showing orange eruption lenticels and flaky, platy jigsaw-puzzle-like texture.Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Bark of a tree 6 inches in diameter at breast height showing orange eruption lenticels and flaky, platy jigsaw-puzzle-like texture.
  • Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Bark closeup of a tree 16 inches in diameter at breast height showing orange eruption lenticels and flaky, platy jigsaw-puzzle-like texture.Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Bark closeup of a tree 16 inches in diameter at breast height showing orange eruption lenticels and flaky, platy jigsaw-puzzle-like texture.
  • Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Bark closeup of a tree 16 inches in diameter at breast height showing orange eruption lenticels and flaky, platy jigsaw-puzzle-like texture.Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Bark closeup of a tree 16 inches in diameter at breast height showing orange eruption lenticels and flaky, platy jigsaw-puzzle-like texture.
  • Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Bark of a tree 5 inches in diameter at breast height showing orange eruption lenticels.Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Bark of a tree 5 inches in diameter at breast height showing orange eruption lenticels.
  • Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Flowers found in fall, unlike most of the other elms.Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Flowers found in fall, unlike most of the other elms.
  • Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Flowers found in fall, unlike most of the other elms.Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Flowers found in fall, unlike most of the other elms.
  • Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Form of a medium sized tree planted in an urban landscape.Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Form of a medium sized tree planted in an urban landscape.
  • Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Leaf, alternate, simple, inequilateral base, doubly serrate margin, often thick and waxy, smaller than most native elms.Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Leaf, alternate, simple, inequilateral base, doubly serrate margin, often thick and waxy, smaller than most native elms.
  • Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Leaf, alternate, simple, inequilateral base, doubly serrate margin, often thick and waxy, smaller than most native elms.Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Leaf, alternate, simple, inequilateral base, doubly serrate margin, often thick and waxy, smaller than most native elms.
  • Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Leaf, alternate, simple, inequilateral base, doubly serrate margin, often thick and waxy, smaller than most native elms.Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Leaf, alternate, simple, inequilateral base, doubly serrate margin, often thick and waxy, smaller than most native elms.
  • Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Leaf, alternate, simple, inequilateral base, doubly serrate margin, often thick and waxy, smaller than most native elms.Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Leaf, alternate, simple, inequilateral base, doubly serrate margin, often thick and waxy, smaller than most native elms.
  • Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Leaf, alternate, simple, inequilateral base, doubly serrate margin, often thick and waxy, smaller than most native elms.Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Leaf, alternate, simple, inequilateral base, doubly serrate margin, often thick and waxy, smaller than most native elms.
  • Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement and zig-zag growth pattern.Ulmaceae Ulmus parvifolia - Chinese elm: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement and zig-zag growth pattern.
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