Cork oak trunk

Cork oak trunk

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Credit: VAUGHAN FLEMING/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Cork oak trunk (Quercus suber) with its bark stripped. The bark of this Iberian tree (known as cork) is used in a variety of products, including bottle-stoppers, panels and coverings. The bark is first stripped when the tree is 25-30 years old and then every 10 years thereafter until the tree is 150 years old. Over-cropping has led to the demise of many trees.

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Keywords: bark, botany, cork oak, harvested, nature, plant, plants, quercus suber, stripped, surface, tree, trunk

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