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Re: Huge tree?

Subject: Re: Huge tree?
From: Russ Carlson
Date: Sep 07 2020 18:17:00
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While this appears huge (and I confess I am not an expert on this
species), it appears to be a series of independent stems. Measuring the
outside circumference does not properly describe the size or age of the
individual stems. The real question here is how it developed this way:
multiple seeds or sprouts from a former mother tree?


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On 9/3/20 8:26 AM, elsteadbysea@xxxxxxxxxxx.com wrote:

  Just seen this on Facebook and no idea what species but maybe in Africa or
  is it an optical illusion?.
  
   
  
   
  
  
  
   
  
  Kind regards
  
  Phillip Ellis
  
  
  




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