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Hi jbendock,welcome to Project Noah,the Id is in the sugestion above that Seema propose, California sycamorePlatanus racemosa :-)
Found the same thing on a walk this morning along the Susquehanna River in Northeast Pennsylvania. Would love to know what it is.
Beautiful,this trees are not natural,here introduced in portugal centurys ago,broath from america's,but it's not "invasive"does not spread like others introduced species,like acacias(ex.),here the leaves have not many organisms feading on them so they stay in the side roads for ages,it's the only thing not good,but it's a gorgeous site ,and the leaves are amazing in shapes and colours.i have made today a spotting of a sycamore tree very similar,i'll load it to nigth
You are welcome :)As you can see there is a special californian one, but I can't see if it is that one...
Spotted on Feb 28, 2012 Submitted on Feb 28, 2012
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