2 different White alder trees in the scene.
Alnus rhombifolia, the white alder, is an alder tree native to western North America, from British Columbia to the Sierra Nevada. White Alder is a member of the Birch family (Betulaceae). It is a medium-sized deciduous tree growing to 12-20 meters (rarely to 35 meters) tall, with pale gray bark, smooth on young trees, becoming scaly on old trees. The leaves are alternate, rhombic to narrow elliptic, 4-10 centimeters long and 2-5 centimeters broad, with a finely serrated margin and a rounded to acute tip; they are thinly hairy below.
Polygons (Total number of scene): 2,072,681
Verts (Total number of scene): 1,609,912
White alder1: 12/50 m
White alder2: 13 m
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