baumzaehlen - Primeval Forests & Their Trees

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Acer spicatum (mountain maple, Sapindaceae)

 

 

Picea glauca (white spruce), center, and Betula alleghaniensis (yellow birch), right. Grande Anse Valley at 60 m. Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Some broadleaf trees of Grande Anse Valley. Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Nova Scotia, Canada.
16-metre Sorbus decora (showy mountain-ash), the tallest laser-measured in the world. A. spicatum foliage. Lake Superior Provincial Park. Ontario, Canada.
Thuja occidentalis (white-cedar) grove. A. spicatum foliage. Lake Superior Provincial Park. Ontario, Canada.
Populus tremuloides (quaking aspen) forest, background. Also plentiful small Abies balsamea (balsam fir), three thicker Pinus banksiana (jack pine), A. spicatum (foreground) and Betula papyrifera (paper birch, left centre). Quetico Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.
Fraxinus nigra (black ash), also background and foliage top left. A. spicatum foliage top right. Quetico Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.
Some broadleaf trees of Quetico Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.
Betula cordifolia (mountain paper birch, foreground and foliage in the upper half of the photo), Thuja occidentalis (white-cedar, left), A. spicatum (foliage in the lower half of the photo) and Abies balsamea (balsam fir, seedlings and saplings, background). Rainbow Falls Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.
Thuja occidentalis (white-cedar) - Betula cordifolia (mountain paper birch, with white bark) forest. Also seedlings of A. spicatum (left) and Abies balsamea (balsam fir, right). Michipicoten parks, Ontario, Canada.