What is another word for Alnus Veridis?

Pronunciation: [ɐlnjˈuːz vɛɹˈɪdɪz] (IPA)

Alnus Veridis, commonly known as the Green Alder, is a deciduous tree that is widely distributed in the Northern Hemisphere. It belongs to the Betulaceae family, along with birch and hazel trees. Other names for Alnus Veridis include the Oregon Alder, Smooth Alder, and Mountain Alder. The tree is characterized by its smooth gray bark, light green leaves, and small, cone-like fruit. It is often planted in wetlands and near rivers as it can tolerate flooding. Alnus Veridis is also known for its nitrogen fixation capabilities, which make it an important species in forest restoration projects.

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    Alnus Veridis
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