Set Of Robinia Hispida Tree ( Bristly Locust ) ( 2 Trees )

by Moonik Office in Models


2 different Bristly locust in the scene.

Robinia hispida, known as the bristly locust, rose-acacia, or moss locust, is a shrub in the subfamily Faboideae of the pea family Fabaceae. It is native to the southeastern United States, and it is present in other areas, including other regions of North America, as an introduced species. This deciduous shrub grows to 3 meters tall, often with glandular, bristly (hispid) stems. The leaves are pinnate with up to 13 leaflets. The pink or purplish pealike flowers are borne in hanging racemes of up to 5. 

Polygons (Total number of scene): 1,897,519

Verts (Total number of scene): 1,537,359

Bristly locust1: 3 m

Bristly locust2: 2/85 m

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- Units: Meters


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Published 4 months ago
Software Version 2.92
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