Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum (Lab 4)

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  • Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Bark on a tree 4 inches in diameter at breast height.  Peeling, shreddy texture is typical.Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Bark on a tree 4 inches in diameter at breast height. Peeling, shreddy texture is typical.
  • Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Bark on a tree 2 inches in diameter at breast height.  Peeling, shreddy texture is typical.Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Bark on a tree 2 inches in diameter at breast height. Peeling, shreddy texture is typical.
  • Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Bark on a tree 6 inches in diameter at breast height.  Peeling, shreddy texture is typical.Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Bark on a tree 6 inches in diameter at breast height. Peeling, shreddy texture is typical.
  • Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Bark on a tree 4 inches in diameter at breast height. Peeling, shreddy texture is typical.Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Bark on a tree 4 inches in diameter at breast height. Peeling, shreddy texture is typical.
  • Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Form, typically a small tree.Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Form, typically a small tree.
  • Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Fruit, drupe, up to an inch in diameter and edible.Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Fruit, drupe, up to an inch in diameter and edible.
  • Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Fruit, drupe, up to an inch in diameter and edible.Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Fruit, drupe, up to an inch in diameter and edible.
  • Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Leaf, alternate, simple, with rugose (deeply incised into top of leaf) venation.Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Leaf, alternate, simple, with rugose (deeply incised into top of leaf) venation.
  • Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Leaf, alternate, simple, with rugose (deeply incised into top of leaf) venation.Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Leaf, alternate, simple, with rugose (deeply incised into top of leaf) venation.
  • Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Leaf, alternate, simple, with rugose (deeply incised into top of leaf) venation.Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Leaf, alternate, simple, with rugose (deeply incised into top of leaf) venation.
  • Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Leaf, alternate, simple, with rugose (deeply incised into top of leaf) venation.Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Leaf, alternate, simple, with rugose (deeply incised into top of leaf) venation.
  • Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement.Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement.
  • Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Branch with a 1 inch thorn.  Thorns are common.Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Branch with a 1 inch thorn. Thorns are common.
  • Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement.Rosaceae Prunus mexicana - Mexican plum: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement.
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