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A General Hand Lens Key for
Description of Wood Species
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American elm annual rings baldcypress barely visible bark basswood beech black cherry black gum Black Locust black walnut black willow Buckeye cells color common names Cottonwood County cypress diffuse-porous wood dogwood Douglas ﬁr earlywood pores eastem Eastern Hemlock eastern white pine evenly feet in height ﬁber ﬁne ﬁnished ﬁrst ﬂeck ﬂowering forest grain grayish grows in association growth rings Hackberry hand lens hard hardwood heartwood hemlock hickory identiﬁcation indistinct largest pores latewood pores lumber naked eye narrow parenchyma persimmon pores are small porous pure stands radial range red maple red oak Redcedar reddish brown redwood resin canals ring-porous rings are distinct river birch sapwood Sassafras softwoods soils solitary sometimes Sourwood southem southern red oak southern yellow pines species spread streaks sugar maple surface sweet gum sycamore tangential Tennessee texture tinge tree tyloses usually veneer warping wavy white oak wide wood structure yellow poplar yellowish