by: Jost Benning • 0
This app from tree-guide.com classifies northern, western and eastern European trees. It should help to classify forest trees, park trees and street trees. You can search by leaves, fruits and winter marks, and all options are illustrated. At each listed tree, you will find a profile including important information and up to six images. The app is for people who are interested in trees and for students as a learning aid. The tree-guide-app is user-friendly.
Tree name: the name of the trees are sorted by the common name. The botanical name stands behind. For each Tree there is a tree fact sheet with description and up to six images.
1st Tree Leaves: The most frequent method used for the determination of trees is the determination of tree leaves. Especially in autumn when the leaves fall this tool is very useful. All tree leaves are shot so that you can compare them very well. All photographs were taken and processed from tree portal employees.
2nd Tree Fruit: The seeds of the trees can have very intriguing shapes and colors. Those who are curious will be able to assign the correct fruit of the tree.
3rd Winter characteristics: The tree determination in the winter requires some practice. However, trees are easy to identify in winter either of the bud (size, position, color) or by the remains of leaf or fruit stands. Significant images support the determination.
Brand new in this version are the conifers. On the one hand sorted by commen name or as a determination tool on the needle arrangement. Also new ist the tree age calculator.
Under the category tree fungi, you find a selection of tree fungis including description and images. For more information, please visit our support-website. http://www.tree-guide.com