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Thursday, August 16, 2012
Trees at North Campus housing
So here's a picture from North Campus. Interesting exfoliating bark which is highly variable depending on age. Very small leaves -- but typical elm shape with the asymmetrical leaf base. And twigs that seem to do the little jog left-right or right-left between buds, which I also identify with elms (and Tilia). In my experience, the crowns are open and cast only light shade.