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DISTRIBUTION OF TREES IN EASTERN NORTH AMERICA
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acorns American Elm Appalachian Mountains attains a height Balsam Fir bark base Birch Black Branch with leaves Branch with mature branchlets broadly brown bud and leaf Bumelia bundle-scars Carolina clusters coastal plain color cones crown dark green Details of bud DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS SUMMER drupes feet in height Florida flowers forest grayish grayish-brown Hickory inch in diameter inches in length inches long inches wide lance-shaped leaf-scars leaflets lenticels less lobes Magnolia Maple mature leaves mountains Northern Red Oak OAK Q OAK Quercus obovate older trunks ornamental tree ovoid paler and smooth Paper Birch petioles Pine pistillate pith range Red Spruce reddish-brown ridges rounded roundish ruffed grouse scaly scar seeds Serviceberry shrub small tree smooth or nearly soils southeastern southern species Spruce stalks stout Sugar Maple swamps terminal bud texture thin tips toothed trunk diameter twigs are slender upper surfaces usually Viburnum White white-tailed deer Willow Winter twig wood