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Quaking Aspen Video Stock Footage

Quaking aspen is a tall, fast growing tree, usually 20–25 m (65–80 ft) at maturity, with a trunk 20 to 80 cm (8 inches to 2 feet 7 inches) in diameter records are 36.5 m (119 ft 9 in) in height and 1.37 m (4 ft 6 in) in diameter. The bark is relatively smooth, colored greenish-white to gray, and is marked by thick black horizontal scars and prominent black knots. Parallel vertical scars are tell-tale signs of elk, which strip off aspen bark with their front teeth. The leaves on mature trees are nearly round, 4–8 centimeters (1 1𔊪–3 1𔊬 inches) in diameter with small rounded teeth, and a 3–7-centimeter (1 1𔊬–2 3𔊬-inch) long, flattened petiole. Young trees and root sprouts have much larger (10–20 centimeters, 4–8 in long) nearly triangular leaves. Learn more about Quaking Aspen

View related species in family group: Poplar and Willow

Plantae: Tracheophyta: Malpighiales: Not Assigned: Salicaceae: Populus tremuloides

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