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Fagus grandifolia
American Beech

The leaf of American Beech (shown here) differ from European Beech in that the former has more veins and these veins are more deeply impressed, the leaf margins are less undulating but have small and distinct serrations rather than crenations, and the leaf apex is acute to acuminate, rather than rounded.


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