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Cedar

<bot164>  Cedrus sp. & Eucalyptus sp., New South Wales, Australia

 

 

<bot162>  Cedrus sp., New South Wales, Australia

 

 

<bot163>  Cedrus sp., New South Wales, Australia

 

 

 

<bot80>  Arbor vitae (White cedar), Cedrus sp. & White Pines (Pinus strobus), Cave Point & Lake Michigan, Door Co., WI

 

<bot38>  Arborvitae forest on Lake Michigan in Door Co., Wisconsin

 

 

 

<bot232>  Bermuda cedars (Cedrus sp.) (moribund from attack by California red scale)

 

 

<bot233>  Bermuda cedars (Cedrus sp.) (moribund from attack by California red scale)

 

 

Cypress

<bot340>  Bald Cypress (Taxodium sp.), southern Tamaulipas, Mexico

 

<bot513>  Bald Cypress (Taxodium sp.), southern Tamaulipas, Mexico

 

<bot514>  Bald Cypress (Taxodium sp.), southern Tamaulipas, Mexico

 

 

<bot346>  El Tule cypress, Oaxaca, Mexico

 

 

 

<bot403>  Bald Cypress, [Taxodium distichum (L) Rich.], central Florida

 

 

<bot404>  Bald Cypress, [Taxodium distichum (L) Rich.], central Florida

 

 

<bot1005>  Bald Cypress,

[Taxodium distichum (L)

Rich.], central Florida

 

<bot410>  Bald Cypress [Taxodium distichum (L) Rich.] swamp vegetation (Thalia sp.), south Florida

 

Eucalyptus

<bot177>  Snow gum (Eucalyptus niphophila) & Gazenia sp., mountains of New South Wales, Australia

 

<bot179>  Snow gum (Eucalyptus niphophila) & Gazenia sp., mountains of New South Wales, Australia

 

 

<bot180>  Snow gum (Eucalyptus niphophila) & Gazenia sp., mountains of New South Wales, Australia

 

 

<bot181>  Snow gum (Eucalyptus niphophila) & Gazenia sp., mountains of New South Wales, Australia

 

 

<bot194>  Forest of Eucalyptus spp. in mountains of New South Wales, Australia

 

 

<bot195>  Forest of Eucalyptus spp. in mountains of New South Wales, Australia

 

<bot196>  Forest of Eucalyptus spp. in mountains of New South Wales, Australia

 

 

<bot197>  Forest of Eucalyptus spp. in mountains of New South Wales, Australia

 

 

<bot198>  Forest of Eucalyptus spp. in mountains of New South Wales, Australia

 

 

<bot199>  Forest of Eucalyptus spp. in mountains of New South Wales, Australia

 

 

<bot158>  Eucalyptus spp. forest, New South Wales, Australia

 

 

<bot159>  Eucalyptus spp. forest, New South Wales, Australia

 

 

<bot160>  Eucalyptus spp. forest, New South Wales, Australia

 

 

<bot164>  Cedrus sp. & Eucalyptus sp., New South Wales, Australia

 

 

<bot166>  Eucalyptus sp., New South Wales, Australia

 

 

 

<bot167>  Eucalyptus spp., New South Wales, Australia

 

 

<bot168>  Eucalyptus spp., New South Wales, Australia

 

 

<bot200>  Grass Trees (Xanthorrhoea preissil) & Eucalyptus spp., central New South Wales, Australia

 

 

<bot380>   Eucalyptus sp. juvenile leaves, New South Wales, Australia

 

 

<bot203>  The forest in coastal New South Wales, Australia

 

 

 

<bot1152>  Blue Gum (Eucalyptus globulus) (ex. Riverside, CA)

 

 

<bot1190> -- Eucalyptus

sp. Mountain area of

New South Wales. [ex.

Riverside, CA]

 

 

 

Ginkgo

<bot953>  Ginkgo

(Ginkgo biloba) (ex.

Riverside, CA)

 

 

 

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