Field Elm

Scientific name : Ulmus minor
Other names: Български: Полски бряст , Česky: Jilm habrolistý , Dansk: Småbladet Elm , Deutsch: Feld-Ulme , Esperanto: Glata ulmo , Español: Olmo común, Negrillo , Eesti: Põldjalakas , Basque: Zumar hostotxiki , Suomi: Lehtojalava , Français: Orme champêtre , Italiano: Olmo campestre , Lietuviškai: Paprastasis skirpstas , Latviešu: Stepes goba , Nederlands: Gladde iep, Veldiep , Polski: Wiąz pospolity , Português: Elm bloqueio , Русский: Вяз малый , Slovenský: Brest hrabolistý , Svenska: Lundalm , Türkçe: Ova karaağacı

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Deciduous, up to 30 m high tree with often slim, dense crown on long, straight stem, sometimes also multi-stemmed, bark grey brown, turns with increasing age into a thick, deeply furrowed and fielded periderm; Alternate leaves, stalked, usually arranged on ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer

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