Tsuga canadensis

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Noun1.Tsuga canadensis - common forest tree of the eastern United States and CanadaTsuga canadensis - common forest tree of the eastern United States and Canada; used especially for pulpwood
hemlock tree, hemlock - an evergreen tree
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For a softer, airier evergreen backdrop, look into the shade-loving Canadian hemlock (Tsuga canadensis).
Harris--Corticolous (Thuja occidentalis, 'Tsuga canadensis), lignicolous (stump).
During the early spring of 2005 pellets were collected from an Eastern Hemlock (Tsuga canadensis) roost site in this area.
Eastern hemlock, Tsuga canadensis (L.) Carriere, comprises a vital component of biological diversity (Jordan & Sharp 1967; Lapin 1994; Tingley et al.
Tsuga canadensis, commonly known as the "eastern hemlock" and nicknamed the "'Queen of Conifers," and Tsuga caroliniana, commonly known as the "Carolina hemlock," are the most commonly encountered hemlocks in the eastern United States.
Of these, Canada yew (Taxus canadensis) and Eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis) were found during the study.
Eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis) is a long-lived, shade tolerant tree species that sometimes occurs in pure stands on lower slopes and stream valleys of Appalachian forests in eastern North America.
melleus ataca a Anoplodera vittata (Swederus) (Cerambycidae) en Tsuga canadensis (L.) (Pinaceae), se ha colectado en junio y julio; de A.
Eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis) is smaller in stature than western hemlock, with trees typically reaching 80 to 100 feet, although some as tall as 160 feet have been known to grow on the East Coast.
Again, in the wild they can become 100ft giants but some species such as tsuga canadensis have fathered slower growing offspring.
The ice coverage was more apparent on evergreen species (Tsuga canadensis, and Thuja occidentalis).
Eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis (L.) Carr.) is a major or minor associate in many forest types in northeastern North America.