4 edition of Fifty common trees of New York found in the catalog.
1927 by New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y .
Written in English
|Statement||[by] J.A. Cope and Gardiner Bump|
|Series||Cornell junior extension bulletin -- 26.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||61|
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This guide provides informative and entertaining anecdotes about each tree included, photos of specific trees within the Cited by: 2. Naturalist, wildlife photographer and writer Stan Tekiela is the originator of the popular state-specific field guide series.
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University, published in a brief guide to the identification of common trees in the northeastern United States. It was revised twice under the original title Fifty Common Trees of New York, Forestry for 4-H Club Boys and Girls, with Gardiner Bump as coauthor.
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In John Evelyn, diarist, country gentleman, and commissioner at the court of Charles II, produced his monumental book on trees: Sylva, or a Discourse of Forest Trees.
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Hawthorns comprise a large group of small-sized trees. More than a score of varieties are common in New York State. The differences are chiefly in flower and fruit and it seems advisable in this publication to call attention to the general characteristics of the group without going into the minute differences that separate the many species.
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All the anxieties about a metropolis inundated by ordure had been misplaced. LIST OF 50 TREES. Each individual tree is linked to its own description page.
On each tree page, the small image is linked to a larger image. Common and Scientific Names of Other Trees Mentioned [introduction] [list of 50 trees] [making a tree.
Association () for birds; and New York State Museum records for terrestrial mammals. Species are listed in taxonomic order, a system of arranging animals into related groups.
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Deciduous trees reproduce by bearing fruit that contains a seed or seeds. Common types of hardwood fruit include acorns, nuts, berries, pomes (fleshy fruit like apples), drupes (stone fruit like peaches), samaras (winged pods), and capsules (flowers).
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