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General Research Observations
Taxon: Juglans nigra L.
Family: Juglandaceae
Collector: Pearson, Bevan   BP14   
Date: 2018-09-21
Locality: USA, Pennsylvania, Bucks, Specimen growing on the left-hand side of the yellow marked trail that began on Bath Road in Delhas Woods, before reaching the trail fork.
40.1149  -74.86702 +-3m.
Habitat: Atlantic Coastal Plains forest. Trailside habitat.
Description: 2m-tall tree with a strong smell (like chrysanthemum). Green transluscent pith with a paste-y texture White layer outside of pith before bark. Pith takes up most of stem and is diaphragmed (appears chambered when dry). Fuzzy brown fur on green stems.
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Record Id: 68ba13e4-e771-45f2-a503-9f5468186278
Occurrence ID (GUID): 68ba13e4-e771-45f2-a503-9f5468186278
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