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Other discovered by Marnhull (#121)

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Observed: March 7, 2010 @ 3:00 PM
Posted on: March 7, 2010 @ 5:19 PM (diff: 0 days)
1) Balsam fir healing from damage caused by fire 5 years ago. Note moss which illustrates relatively rapid growth - the moss colonized the tree after the fire. Truck keys for scale. 2) Rapidly growing Yellow birch and characteristic yellow/golden exfoliating bark. Rapid growth rate can be deduced from the stretched 'whitish' lenticels. 3) Ants emerging from holes in stump. Temp 2C.

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By Marnhull on 3/7/2010 5:24:36 PM

I'll post the ants photo in a separate post. The uploading feature took a photo from the wrong folder.

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