taxodium ascendens, green canoe trail, durdin prairie, okefenokee national wildlife refuge, charlton county, georgia 1

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Pond cypress is typically a smallish tree but it can get large. It is easily recognized by the rounded up-turned leaves. For more information: commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Image:Taxodium_ascendens.jpg
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title taxodium ascendens, green canoe trail, durdin prairie, okefenokee national wildlife refuge, charlton county, georgia 1
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