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# Tag Archives: leaves

## Silver Maple Leaf Ecology

More wintry weather for us tonight and tomorrow. While we wait for new spring leaves, here are some more leaves from my yard last fall. 1. Tar spot looks like tar on the leaf, but is caused by a fungus, … Continue reading

## Sweetgum Leaf Ecology

These are sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua) leaves. They are quite common here in the Eastern US and give us some very nice Fall color. 1. These tufts of hairs are called domatia, which means little houses. As far as biologists can … Continue reading

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November 17, 2013
Tagged autumn, biology, botany, domatia, ecology, fall, fall color, kids, leaf, leaves, mathamatics, mites, natural history, nature, science, sweet gum, sweetgum
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## Chestnut Oak Leaf Ecology

I believe, but I’m not totally sure that I have Chestnut Oak (Quercus prinus) and Swamp Chestnut Oak (Quercus michauxii) growing in my backyard. The two leaves on the left I think are Swamp Chestnut Oak. The leaf on the … Continue reading

## Hickory Leaf Ecology

Shown is a mockernut hickory (Cara tomentosa) leaf from a young tree in my back yard. I plucked the leaf so that my kids could feel that it is fuzzy underneath, which is how you know it’s a mockernut and … Continue reading

## Hickory

The shutdown is over! (Hooray!) Instead of a puzzle today, I’ll share this hickory leaf (yes, that’s one leaf. It’s a compound leaf). We’ve been in our house for several months, but only recently (during the shutdown–I had extra time) … Continue reading