white basswood

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American basswood of the Allegheny region

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The percentages of snags and tall stumps that did not deteriorate to smaller size categories were 42% for hemlock (n = 45 snags and tall stems), 39% for American beech (n = 38), 36% for sugar maple (n = 14), 26% for white basswood (n = 19), and 25% for mountain silverbell (n = 24).
The sapwood of basswood has sometimes been marketed as white basswood.
From a low of five champions in 1994, the Old Line State is now up to 18, including the new American beech, rock elm, and white basswood.