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List of Trees

Posted by barnhardt9999 8a (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 9, 13 at 14:53

Does anyone know where I can find a list of trees or field guide sorted by prevalence?

I would prefer one for the NC piedmont but I would be happy with the Southeast or entire country if that's all that is available.


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RE: List of Trees

prevalence to what???

i would suggest you start with your county extension/soil conservation or Ag office..

and ask them for a referral to the state forestry division ...

presuming you are talking NC prevalence ...

it took a week.. but by doing such.. i got a visit from the state forester one time....

ken


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There are hundreds of books on trees at your library or on Amazon, and so many will have trees listed by common and/or Latin names if only in the bibliography at the back, tho' likely also throughout the books alphabetically and in the front index. Some should be titled with regional names.


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There is a terrific book about the native flora in this area: Wildflowers and Plant Communities of the Southern Appalachian Mountains and Piedmont: A Naturalist's Guide to the Carolinas, Virginia, Tennessee, and Georgia by Timothy Spira, 2011. Trees are a component of the plant communities.


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OK, I've located my copy of Spira's book. The plant communities described for the Piedmont include: River Bluff Forest, Alluvial Forest, Basic Mesic Forest, Old Hickory Forest and Xeric Hardpan Forest. For each of these, between 12 and 17 canopy dominants and understory trees are described.

The Southern Appalachians and Piedmont are rich in tree species, especially hardwoods, as compared to our Pacific Northwest forests.

Are you looking for something like this or something else entirely?


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  • Posted by jqpublic 7b/8a Wake County NC (My Page) on
    Fri, Sep 13, 13 at 1:37

List of trees in Piedmont and their "prevalence" in Wake, Durham, and Orange counties.

Wake - http://www.carolinanature.com/trees/waketrees.html
Durham - http://www.carolinanature.com/trees/durhamtrees.html
Orange - http://www.carolinanature.com/trees/orangetrees.html

Great descriptions of the trees too w/ pics...most of them taken locally.

http://www.carolinanature.com/trees/


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