Common Trees of the North Carolina Piedmont

Stephen M. Seiberling, Alan S. Weakley,and Peter S. White

Interactive Tree Identifcation Using the Intkey Polyclave

Identify common trees of the North Carolina Piedmont

To perform interactive tree identification using the above link, the Intkey program (dated September 5, 2000 or later) must first be installed on your computer. The program is free for noncommercial use, and usually takes less than 1 minute to install. (If you have difficulties starting the application once Intkey is installed, try using the Internet Explorer web browser to open the program.)

To download the Intkey installation file (intk32.exe), click here. Save the file in any folder, and run it to install Intkey.

Conditions of use.

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