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Prunus pseudocerasus

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Prunus pseudocerasus, AK376341, © Auckland Museum CC BY

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Natural Science Specimen

  • Classifier
  • Scientific Name
    Prunus pseudocerasus Lindl.
  • Classification
  • Family
  • Genus
  • Species
  • Specimen Category
  • Storage Method
  • Field Collection Place
  • Locality Description
    New Zealand, North Island, Gisborne Land District, Eastwoodhill Arboretum, J10, Dawson's Walk, Orchard Hill, downhill side of path
  • Field Collection Date
    15 Aug 1996
  • Field Collection Notes
    [Det by label on tree.]
    Small upright, two-trunked tree, ht ca 6m, DBH 24.5 and 17cm. Very narrow upright tree, with very many branches rising straight up close together. Bark - older wood mid-brown with large lenticels; young wood glossy dark brown with horizontal streaks. Flowers white with faint pink tinge, opening flat. White filament, yellow anthers. Richly scented. Green calyx and stalk.
    Sth East facing mod-sloping hillside. Shaded by tall trees and hills.
    Ying Tao Cherry.
    [Same tree as AK376342.]
    Ex Eastwoodhill Arboretum, "EWH" 461, received Sept 2018
  • Field Collector
  • Field Collection latitude/longitude
    -38.56008, 177.71872 (± 50 m)
    177.71872, 177.71872 (± 50 m)

  • Last Update
    23 Oct 2019

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