Striped Maple (Acer pensylvanicum)

Dendrology of VT/ NH (Kevin Dion)

Striped Maple (Acer pensylvanicum)

Tinmouth, Vermont 05773, United States

Created By: Unity College


On this point of interest you will find a healthy population of Striped Maple along with the pictured one which is faily large for the speices. You can typically find Striped Maples growing in drier, better drained sights in the understory of hardwood stands. This is very relatable to the enviornment I found this one in. I incorperated this species into the tour because it is prefered by moose for forage and not typically sought after by loggers since the wood itself is not profitable. To get to this tree, a good pair of hiking boots will be benefitical. I was doing a thumbs up in this picture becuase 1, I didn't have my dendrology card, and two I figured my herbicide gloves that were in many of my pictures could show it was me.

This point of interest is part of the tour: Dendrology of VT/ NH (Kevin Dion)


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