Figure 1.–Natural range of baldcypress, Taxodium distichum. The broken line indicates the northern limit of the varietypondcypress, T. distichum var. nutans (Ait.)
TaxodiaceaeCRedwood family Taxodium L.C. Rich. baldcypress Franklin T. Bonner Dr. Bonner (scientist emeritus) retired from the USDA Forest Service=s Southern Research Station, Mississippi.
U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2004-3019 March 2004 Figure 1. Oldgrowth baldcypress trees and knees at Cat Island Swamp (St. Francisville, La.).
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Fact SheetST-620 October 1994 Taxodiumdistichum Figure1. Middle-aged Baldcypress. Baldcypress 1 EdwardF. Gilmanand Dennis G. Watson 2 INTRODUCTION Narrowly to broadly pyramidal when young, Baldcypress, the state tree of Louisiana, eventually develops into abroad-topped, spreading, open specimen ...
Baldcypress (Taxodium distichum) Nebraska Forest Service Baldcypress (Taxodium d istichum) is not a very common tree in Nebraska but it is beginning to gain more popularity.
Salt Tolerance of Southern Baldcypress H istorically, cypress-tupelo swamps covered much of the low-lying coastal regions of the Southeast. However, saltwater intrusion and increased flooding over the past 30 years, combined with past logging, have depleted the numbers and decreased the survival ...
Baldcypress Introduced At Long Lake At Long Lake near Poteau in northern LeFlore County, baldcypress grows as if native. These planted trees should be mentioned to avoid possible later repetition of the erroneous range extensions reported elsewhere.
Bald Cypress Taxodium distichum INTRODUCTION Narrowly to broadly pyramidal when young, Baldcypress, the state tree of Louisiana, eventually develops into a broad-topped, spreading, open specimen when mature.
Ancient Baldcypress Forests Buried in South Carolina Summary Many well-preserved baldcypress logs from 25,000 to 45,000 years old have been recovered from sand quarries near the Lynches and Little Pee Dee Rivers, South Carolina.