Hada on a Black Birch


Spotted on a Black Birch on Sugarloaf during an ANS Tree Field Trip: an hada escaped from Pan’s Labyrinth.

Tree ID notes: this is an older Betula lenta pointed out by Melanie.  Its bark becoming more peely/plated. The horizontal lenticels that make it look like a Cherry are still visible. When twigs can be reached to scratch and sniff they smell exactly like wintergreen lifesavers.


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  1. Pingback: Black Birch (Betula lenta) | Find Me A Cure

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