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Leaf Identification

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Need to figure out the names of those leaves you've collected?  The following books and others are available at Morley Library.
maple1.gif (699 bytes) 582.16 Li      Little, Elbert L.  National Audubon Society to North American Trees:  Eastern Region.  1980.

i_leaf2.gif (980 bytes)j582.16 Br     Brockman, C. Frank.  Trees of North America.  1986.

maple2.gif (635 bytes) j582.16 Pe     Petrides, George.  Peterson First Guide to Trees.   1993.

i_leaf2.gif (980 bytes)j582.16 Tr     Trees of North America.  1994.

maple3.gif (633 bytes) j582.16 Zi     Zim, Herbert S. & Alexander C. Martin.  Trees: A Guide to Familiar American Trees. 1991.

i_leaf2.gif (980 bytes)582.17 Be      Bell, C. Ritchie & Anne H. Lindsay.  Fall Color and Woodland Harvests.  1990.   
 

Browse these web sites to help you identify leaves and learn interesting facts about trees.
What Tree Is It?  A great site for identifying Ohio trees and leaves.

MSU's Tree Identification Cards  Has lots of general tree information and it will help you identify trees and leaves.

Trees In North America  Midwest trees are identified.  For each tree named there is an article plus good photos of both tree and leaves.

The Big List  Photographs and descriptions of North American Trees.

Trees of Eastern North American Forests  Good photographs of forest trees found in the American Northeast.

Fall Color  In the eastern United States plus autumn and winter weather lore, fall facts, and the scientific basis of autumn color.