Sorry I am a novice here - what tree is it in NJ (it seems to be very
common) where the bark is deep and brown like oak at the bottom, with a
transition to a smooth, light, distinct gray around half way up to the
Very mature sycamores might look that way, though the transition to
gray goes through mottling, scaling bark and some shades of green and
white in the bark. Are they found mostly along rivers, ponds, etc.?
No they are in regular forest areas. They are quite distinct, and I am
learning to recognize trees now but its still winter so its hard! Its
not sycamore though, I know that.
Thanks for the binaries mention, I didn't even know there was such a
place to post pics!
Hmmm...don't know it. Mayhaps that's one of the ones there I didn't
know. Since it isn't a "wood" tree at all, I've never looked at it much
so don't even no the botannical name for the ones we have here. Nice,
attractive tree in a place where trees are few and far between, though.
I'll have to go look it up.
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