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Old Posted Feb 12, 2019, 9:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Taeolas View Post
How about The Black walnut.

(No I'm not being serious at all. And as the article points out that tree is an import to the Freddy region so not part of the natural forest. )
Red spruce is one example of a tree that's super common around the Maritimes and Maine and doesn't extend much west of that. The "Acadia" region is probably 70% of its range.
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