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Trees of Indiana

Flora / Fauna
By: Fred Wampler
192 pages, 160 col photos
Trees of Indiana
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  • Trees of Indiana ISBN: 9780253328854 Hardback Jan 2001 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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Each of the 72 plates depicts one species, presented as a living organism in its natural setting. Supplemental paintings show the flowers, fruit or nuts, leaves, and a winter twig from that tree and occasionally from near relatives that bear a close resemblance, so that most of Indiana's approximately 100 native trees are represented.


The trees depicted are: Eastern Hemlock Tamarack Eastern white pine jack pine Virginia pine Bald cypress Eastern red cedar Cucumber tree Umbrella magnolia Tulip tree Pawpaw Sassafras Sycamore Sweet gum American elm Slippery elm Sugarberry Hackberry Red mulberry Butternut Black walnut Pecan Bitternut hickory Shagbark hickory American beech American chestnut White oak Post oak Bur oak Swamp white oak Chestnut oak Chinquapin oak Shingle oak Blackjack oak Cherrybark oak Black oak Northern red oak Pin oak Ironwood, hophornbeam American hornbeam Yellow birch River birch American basswood Quaking aspen Eastern cottonwood Black willow Sourwood Persimmon Wild black cherry Sweet crabapple Hawthorn Serviceberry Redbud Honey locust Kentucky coffee tree Yellowwood Black locust Flowering dogwood Black gum Ohio buckeye Sugar maple Red maple Silver maple Box elder White ash Green ash Black ash Blue ash Northern catalpa

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Flora / Fauna
By: Fred Wampler
192 pages, 160 col photos
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