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Small Tree

Posted by mplot CA (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 30, 13 at 22:21

We are trying to identify all the plantings on our campus, located in Southern California, inland (near Riverside). This small tree has "alligator skin" bark. I have never seen it produce reproductive structures, but it looks like it might be an acacia. Any one have any ideas?


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RE: Small Tree

Afrocarpus gracilior?

Here is a link that might be useful: Afrocarpus gracilior


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RE: Small Tree

that name sounds like a Roman gladiator... lol ...

i think i have been reading too many Colleen McCullough books on ancient Rome ...

ken


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Thanks! I can definitely see podocarpaceae in this tree.


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