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9.8 ft x 9.8 ft = 96.9 ft²
57.6 px/inch (DPI)
9.8 ft x 2.5 ft = 24.5 ft²
97.4 px/inch (DPI)
9.8 ft x 0.9 ft = 8.4 ft²
152.4 px/inch (DPI)
Tilia platyphylla Scop. (Sommerlinde) / Tilia cordata Mill. (Winterlinde) (Fam. Tiliaceae)
Sommerlinde (Großblättrige Linde), Winterlinde (Kleinblättrige Linde), Basswood, Lime, Tilleul, Tiglio
American Limetree, Basswood, Carolina basswood
Europe and Belarus
The both wood species are very similar. The sapwood and the heartwood are hardly distinguishable. The sapwood is very broad. The wood is nearly white, with older trees yellowish to light brownish and turns darker under the impact of light and air. It has a matt shine. Annual rings are only slightly visible. While the small leaved European Lime tree is found more in forest stands and in mixed forest, the large-leaved Lime tree grows alone, not in groups. The structure is straight grained, the texture is fine and constant.