Grey Alder

Scientific name : Alnus incana
Other names: Česky: Olše šedá , Dansk: Grå-El , Deutsch: Grau-Erle , Español: Aliso gris , Eesti: Hall lepp , Suomi: Harmaaleppä , Français: Aulne blanc , Magyar: Hamvas éger , Italiano: Ontano bianco , Lietuviškai: Baltalksnis , Latviešu: Baltalksnis , Nederlands: Witte els , Polski: Olsza szara , Português: Alder Gray , Русский: Ольха серая , Slovenský: Jelša sivá , Slovenščina: Siva jelša , Svenska: Gråal , Türkçe: Boz kızılağaç

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Deciduous, 10-20 m high large shrub or tree, usually multi-stemmed, with dense, cone-shaped crown, bark shiny bright grey to silvery grey (eponymous characteristic), hardly fissured, with dense series of circularly arranged corkpores; Young twigs initially slightly haired, later glabrous, with ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


Grey Alder


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