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James Murrell: Mystery Bark Answer #8: Canadian Hemlock
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Looks like a Canadian Hemlock, from the size. I am guessing between 50 to 100 hundred years old. Several of them used to grow on the ridges around Harrods Fork Creek and Low Gap area. - James MurrellComments re photo 70759 Mystery tree Can you tell the tree by its bark
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