gray birch


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gray birch

see bridelia exaltata.
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An exception would be birch trees, such as gray birch, which are naturally small and short-lived.
They noticed something suspicious entangled in some small, gray birch trees that had become partially submerged, and paddled over for a closer look.
Sugar maple seedlings in the 1989 cohort were taller than the 1988 cohort in both treatments, while gray birch seedlings showed greater growth in the INTACT treatment in 1989 vs.