Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust (Lab 3)

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  • Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Thorns, often branching, occur on trunks and small twigs.Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Thorns, often branching, occur on trunks and small twigs.
  • Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Bark on a tree 12 inches in diameter at breast height.Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Bark on a tree 12 inches in diameter at breast height.
  • Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Form, open canopy that allows light to diffuse through.Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Form, open canopy that allows light to diffuse through.
  • Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Form, open canopy that allows light to diffuse through.  Fruits are obvious and clustered.Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Form, open canopy that allows light to diffuse through. Fruits are obvious and clustered.
  • Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Fruit, 6 - 9 inch long curved or helical legume.Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Fruit, 6 - 9 inch long curved or helical legume.
  • Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Fruit, 6 - 9 inch long curved or helical legume.Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Fruit, 6 - 9 inch long curved or helical legume.
  • Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Leaves, alternate, pinnately or bipinnately compound leaves.Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Leaves, alternate, pinnately or bipinnately compound leaves.
  • Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Leaves, alternate, pinnately or bipinnately compound leaves.  Leaflets have folded towards one another in response to midafternoon water stress.Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Leaves, alternate, pinnately or bipinnately compound leaves. Leaflets have folded towards one another in response to midafternoon water stress.
  • Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Leaves, alternate, pinnately or bipinnately compound leaves.Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Leaves, alternate, pinnately or bipinnately compound leaves.
  • Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Leaves, alternate, pinnately or bipinnately compound leaves.Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Leaves, alternate, pinnately or bipinnately compound leaves.
  • Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement, thorns that often branch, and lacking true terminal buds.Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement, thorns that often branch, and lacking true terminal buds.
  • Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement, thorns that often branch, and lacking true terminal buds.Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement, thorns that often branch, and lacking true terminal buds.
  • Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement, thorns that often branch, and lacking true terminal buds.Fabaceae Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement, thorns that often branch, and lacking true terminal buds.
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