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    Tupelo, black gum, sweet gum, are different animals compared to tulip poplar, yellow poplar etc. If my dendrology is correct

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    Marty,

    You are correct. The point I was trying to make is that since he lives in connecticut where tupelo is not common (usually planted as an ornamental),maybe what he had wasn't tupelo. Tulip poplar came to mind as having a similar name. Not saying it couldn't be tupelo, but I haven't seen it in any abundance in ct.

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    Default Re: Tupelo Wood Uses?

    Quote Originally Posted by Marty38 View Post
    Tupelo, black gum, sweet gum, are different animals compared to tulip poplar, yellow poplar etc.
    Hence, the importance of my contributions to taxonomy.

    Your humble servant,
    Carolus Linnaeus

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    I got ya Yankee..was just testing my ever increasingly forgetful mind. :-)

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