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Northwest Missouri State University


White Spruce

Picea glauca

Canada. Needles are bluegreen, .5 to .75 inches long. Branchlets do not droop. Cone is I to 2 inches long and drops soon after it matures. Heights of 60 feet. Bark is thin, flaky, ash-brown; inner bark somewhat silvery. Found along lakes and streams. Often used in the plains states as hedges and windbreaks.

GIS coordinate: N40 21.146 W94 52.926

Trail Number: T20

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Leaf - White Spruce

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Summer '08 - White Spruce