Black Alder

Scientific name : Alnus glutinosa
Other names: Česky: Olše lepkavá , Deutsch: Schwarz-Erle , Esperanto: Nigra alno , Español: Aliso común , Eesti: Sanglepp, Must lepp , Suomi: Tervaleppä , Français: Aulne noir , Hrvatski: Crna joha , Magyar: Enyves éger , Italiano: Ontano nero, Ontano comune , Lietuviškai: Juodalksnis , Latviešu: Melnalksnis , Nederlands: Zwarte Els , Polski: Olsza czarna , Português: Amieiro , Русский: Ольха чёрная, или Ольха клейкая , Slovenský: Jelša lepkavá , Slovenščina: Črna jelša , Svenska: Klibbal , Türkçe: Adi kızılağaç

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Deciduous, up to 25 m high tree with wide crown and high reaching stem, often multi-stemmed from the ground upwards; Branches bent, upright or horizontally dispersed; Bark brownish-grey, on elder stems grey-black and longish furrowed, twigs glabrous, shoots greenish, with ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


Black Alder
Black Alder
Black Alder


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