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Old 06-25-2004, 06:23 PM
Greasle
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http://www.stefan.moonen.net/boompje1.jpg
http://www.stefan.moonen.net/boompje2.jpg
http://www.stefan.moonen.net/boompje3.jpg
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Old 06-25-2004, 07:57 PM
Mike Martin
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It's beautiful.

Mike


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Old 06-25-2004, 09:26 PM
P van Rijckevorsel
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elm?


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Old 06-26-2004, 12:50 PM
Adam Golatofski
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Ulmus species



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Old 06-27-2004, 01:41 AM
Iris Cohen
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You are missing the following:
A picture of the flower
A picture of the fruit
Where is the tree found?
Iris,
Central NY, Zone 5a, Sunset Zone 40
"If we see light at the end of the tunnel, It's the light of the oncoming
train."
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Old 06-27-2004, 02:41 PM
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Iris Cohen wrote:


true Iris

aint got anny pictures of flowers or fruit (jet)
but the tree is in our front garden and i think ist exotic.
Our front garden is in The Netherlands. mid/north europe

Here ara some more pictures

the first 3 we know allready

http://www.stefan.moonen.net/boompje1.jpg
http://www.stefan.moonen.net/boompje2.jpg
http://www.stefan.moonen.net/boompje3.jpg

http://www.stefan.moonen.net/boompje4.jpg (under the canopy )
http://www.stefan.moonen.net/boompje5.jpg ( 3.5 meter high)
http://www.stefan.moonen.net/boompje6.jpg (suffers from a parasite)
http://www.stefan.moonen.net/boompje7.jpg (parasite chamber )
http://www.stefan.moonen.net/boompje8.jpg (downside from the leave)
http://www.stefan.moonen.net/boompje9.jpg (leaves on the branches)
http://www.stefan.moonen.net/boompje10.jpg (upside from the leave)
http://www.stefan.moonen.net/boompje11.jpg (downside from the leave)
http://www.stefan.moonen.net/boompje12.jpg (downside from the leave)

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Old 06-27-2004, 05:02 PM
Stewart Robert Hinsley
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In article <C0BDc.5279$[Only registered users see links. ]>, Greasle
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Apart from Elm, _Ulmus_, possibilities are Hornbeam, _Carpinus_, and
Southern Beech, _Nothofagus_. For Roble Beech, _Nothofagus obliqua_
Mitchell refers to the "strikingly regular herring-bone shoots which fan
downwards and outwards in slender sprays". (The fruit is an 8x5 mm ovoid
at the base of each leaf.)

_Carpinus betulus_ typically has more pairs of veins than shown by your
photographs. This may not be the case for all other _Carpinus_ species.
It may also be worth looking at _Zelkova_ and Hop-Hornbeam, _Ostraya_.

Taking a leaf off the tree and photographing it in isolation may assist
in identification. According to Stace the asymmetrical leaf bases of
Ulmus are unmistakable, but we don't have a clear view of the leaf
bases.
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Old 06-27-2004, 05:52 PM
P van Rijckevorsel
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Stewart Robert Hinsley <[Only registered users see links. ].uk> schreef

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I have no doubt at all about the asymetrical leaf base, which is pretty
clear. Also the lateral veins which run up to the leaf margin, which is
indeed doubly toothed. I am very inclined to Ulmus minor, but am put of by
all the small 'leafs' (stipules?) that are all over the place.
PvR


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Old 06-27-2004, 07:06 PM
Stewart Robert Hinsley
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In article <40df08bf$0$14247$[Only registered users see links. ]>, P van
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I had interpreted them as side-shoots with immature leaves.
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Old 06-27-2004, 08:55 PM
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Stewart Robert Hinsley <{$news$}@meden.demon.co.uk> schreef

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Could be, but I am not expecting them in elm, so they make me doubt
PvR


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