Biodiversity: Plant Diversity and Data

  *Updates below
Lake Wallace Trees
Red Maple
American Chestnut (sprouts)
Black Cherry
Red Oak
White Oak
White Pine
Red cedar
Hemlock
Witchhazel
Quaking Aspen
Paper Birch
Yellow Birch
River Birch
Pignut Hickory
Basswood
Silky Dogwood
Sassafras
Hemlock

Shrubs
Mountain Laurel
Winged Euyonomous
Asian Honeysuckle

Vines
Bittersweet

Herbaceous Plants
Wintergreen
New England Aster
Common Mullein
Cattail
Duckweed
Fern sp.

Belchertown HS Trees
Red Maple
Sugar Maple
Scarlet Oak
White Oak
Red/Black Oak
Quaking Aspen
American Chestnut (sprouts)
Pin Cherry
White Birch
River Birch
Yellow Birch
Pignut Hickory
Bartlett Pear
Northern Redbud
White Pine

Shrubs
Smooth Sumac

Vines
Bittersweet

Herbaceous Plants
Wintergreen
New England Aster
Common Mullein
Milkweed
Cattail
Duckweed
Fern sp.








*Email MsLevy at llevy@belchertown.org with the list of plants you've identified!



Lake Wallace trees, from the spillway to the backstop on Foley Field – dbh in inches
    42o 16' N by 72o 25'W  and 497' elevation
Area  1
Area 2
3
4
5
6

16.7
3.3
7.7
8.0
(oops!)
4.0

22.6
15.3
9.4
2.0

10.0

7.9
26.0
9.1
10.0

10.0

14saplings
23.0
10.0
7.3

11.0


~35saplings
15.0
7.7

10.0



42saplings
6.4

2.5




3.6

~15saplings




2.6






6.0






~15saplings





BHS trees, in front and along parking areas and driveways   dbh in inches
    42o 16' N  by 72o 25' W   and 522' elevation
Area A
Area B
Area J
Area K
Area L

2.0 Cherry-1
4.0 Maple -4
6.7 Pear-7
_ -13
3.2 Oak-14

2.6 Cherry-2
4.6 Oak -5
5.4 Oak-8

4.1 Oak-15

3.2 Cherry-3
4.4 Redbud-6
6.8 Maple-9

4.1 Oak-16


_ -21
6.3 Maple-10

_ -17


_ -22
2.4 Oak-11

_ -18



1.6 Oak-12

_ -19





_ -20


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