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The Softwoods - Conifers
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The Softwoods - Conifers
Oak trenails that will be used to pin a wooden structure together. The one in the front has been used and pulled, showing the way forces have permanently deformed the wood.
Attribution: Nigelj [CC BY-SA 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)]
|427||242. Juniperus Pachyphloea Torr.
Plate No. 242 Juniperus Pachyphloea (Torrey) cross section plate.
Reference: An Index to “The American Woods” by Romeyn B. Hough. https://www.lib.ncsu.edu/specialcollections/forestry/hough/toc.html. Accessed 17 Feb. 2019.
|426||Alligator Juniper Range Map
Natural distribution map for Juniperus deppeana (alligator juniper)
Reference: "File:Juniperus deppeana range map 1.png." Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. 26 Nov 2016, 04:04 UTC. 11 Aug 2019, 01:56 .
Attribution: Elbert L. Little, Jr., of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service [Public domain]
|425||Juniperus Pachyphloea (Torrey)
Alligator Juniper in New Mexico
Reference: “Alligator Junipers–My New Favorite Tree in New Mexico.” Where in the World Are Barry and Renee?, 12 Nov. 2011, https://reneeriley.wordpress.com/2011/11/12/alligator-junipers-my-new-favorite-tree-in-new-mexico/.
|424||Alligator Juniper Tree Bark
The alligator juniper is named for its distinctive bark that resembles the rough, checkered skin of an alligator. This species can either be a shrub or tree depending on the growing location and conditions.
Reference: “Consider a Juniper Tree or Shrub If You Like Evergreen Conifers.” The Spruce, https://www.thespruce.com/twelve-species-juniper-trees-and-shrubs-3269665. Accessed 11 Aug. 2019.
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