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Ulmus ?

Observed: 23rd September 2012 By: Beagle
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One of a pair of trees found at entrance to mixed woodland.

Species interactions

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Species with which Lime (Eriophyes tiliae subsp. exilis) interacts


cicuta58's picture


Please ignore the Latin name which was spontaneously provided by iSpot! Tilia sp. will do.


landgirl's picture


You had me worried there - I was straight to Stace!

lavateraguy's picture

If it is a lime

then, while all limes can sucker, the extensive suckering suggests Tilia x europaea. A narrow-domed crown also fits.

I thought that the leaf shape and suckering looked like a lime, but I wouldn't have described the leaves of a lime as rough to the touch - that is a marker for elms, especially Ulmus glabra. Tilia platyphyllos is distinctly hairy to the touch for much of the growing season.