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Beech AmericanFagus grandifolia Ehrh
CucumbertreeMagnolia acuminata L
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1/16 inch long acuminate apexes acute to acuminate alternate American Sycamore apexes and bases apexes and rounded apexes and wedge-shaped appear above ground axillary buds Black Tupelo black willow blunt Buds.—Ovoid Cedar Elm Cornaceae Cotyledons.—Do not appear Cotyledons.—Elliptical Cross section round days after germination develop Eastern Cottonwood elliptic Fagaceae Family Fagaceae green and smooth Green ash honeylocust inch long inch wide Juglandaceae lanceolate lateral buds leaf scars Leaf shape Leaves.—First leaves appear Leaves.—Simple Leguminosae light brown light green lobes lustrous margin entire medium green midrib midyear months after germination notched olive green opposite ovate ovoid Persist on plant Persist on stem petioles pubescent red-brown reddish-brown rounded apexes rounded bases rounded to wedge-shaped section round throughout Seedling shiny single cotyledon slightly hairy slightly pubescent southern red oaks species Stem and buds Stem.—Circular Stem.—Round Terminal buds lacking Ulmaceae unfolding veins venation wedge-shaped bases week after germination winged elm