Making a Tree Identification by means of studying its bark and fruit
For example, if you try to peel birch bark, which breaks down into small strips in the horizontal direction. When you try to peel birch bark, leaves and large strips and expose the layers of pink-orange underneath. You will experience how different types of bark peel in different ways.
Some trunks are unique in appearance, therefore, can be readily identified. Examples of these are the acacia trees and the tree of Hercules-club. In this case, the identification by the bark is not interesting enough, could also attempt to identify flowering trees.
Another way to identify trees is by studying fruit. Oaks produce acorns. Therefore, if you know what it looks like an acorn, they could easily identify an oak. Fruits can be classified into several types: berries, Bacatá pepo hesperidium, drupe and seed are just a few categories. Everyone knows what they appear to berries. The fleshy pericarp is a part of it. This is the wall of the ovary of the fruit, which softens when ripe.
The Bacata include fruits such as bananas and avocados. Watermelon, pumpkin and other fruit in the Cucurbitaceae family can be identified with their hard and thick crusts. Citrus fruits like oranges and lemon are classified hesperidium.
Drupes include mangoes, almonds and coconut. These fruits have seeds with a hard coating layer around them. Nugget is made up of fruits such as pear and apple. The core of the fruit is covered by an edible tissue called hypanthium. You can also identify trees by their fruits. The hickory trees could be identified by their fruits.
Thus, identification of trees would be easier if you learn the different parts of a tree. Identifying their leaves, fruits, bark and how it grows. Therefore, look in your field and start to enrich their knowledge of tree identification. It's time to go green.