Tsuga canadensisFOUND by Zephyr6549
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I am happy because... we get to have class outside today! Questions and problems I ran into... the camera wouldn't always focus - pictures wouldn't come out without a lot of work. I see, hear, and smell... the cars that are on the road around where we are. They are loud, and they send out fumes that smell. I am surprised by what I found or didn't find because... we found white fuzz every so often so we thought maybe we found our invasive species. But they were just little worm.
The bark is brown. In some spots it appears green though because it has algae growing on it. It looks like it has really big cracks in it (running up and down along the whole trunk) The branches are very flexible; they can be bent easily.
On the bottom of the needles, there are "racing stripes," two stripes of white that run longways over the green needles.
N 44.896175 °
W -68.662357 °
Tue, 2012-10-23 17:17
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