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Jersey Elm Ulmus minor ssp. sarniensis Ulmaceae HEIGHT to 20m. Similar to Cornish Elm but separable by using characters as well as geographical range. Has a tall, straight trunk that extends to top of tree. BRANCHES Numerous branches, spreading or only slightly ascending. LEAVES Oval, with uneven base. REPRODUCTIVE PARTS Papery fruits. STATUS AND DISTRIBUTION Native to Guernsey, probably introduced to other Channel Islands, and occasionally planted in mainland England too.
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