White bark of the silver birch tree

White bark of the silver birch tree

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Caption: Close-up of the peeling white bark of the silver birch tree Betula pendula. The short horizontal lines are lenticels, a type of pore through which the tree trunk "breathes". The green patches are colonies of Pleurococcus sp. , a single-celled green alga.

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Keywords: bark, betula pendula, birch, botany, breathing pore, lenticel, lenticels, nature, plant, plants, pleurococcus sp., pores, silver birch

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