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Betula cordifolia The outer bark of Betula cordifolia is white but just below that layer it is pinkish to coppery colored. This tree was found in a White Cedar Swamp. Betula cordifolia,Geotagged,Heart-leaved Birch,Minnesota,Spring,United States,bark,white cedar swamp Click/tap to enlarge

Betula cordifolia

The outer bark of Betula cordifolia is white but just below that layer it is pinkish to coppery colored. This tree was found in a White Cedar Swamp.

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''Betula cordifolia'' is a birch species native to Eastern Canada and the Northeastern United States. Until recently it was considered a variety of ''Betula papyrifera'', with which it shares many characteristics, and it was classified as ''B. papyrifera'' var.'' cordifolia'' Fern.

Not only are there genetic distinctions, but B. cordifolia is also much more restricted in range. In Minnesota it is found only in the extreme northeastern Arrowhead region. And not only are its leaves the.. more

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Uploaded May 31, 2019. Captured May 27, 2019 10:40 in Superior Hiking Trail, Schroeder, MN 55613, USA.
  • Canon EOS Rebel T6
  • f/4.5
  • 1/64s
  • ISO400
  • 35mm