Red Mulberry, Morus rubra, mature trunk
Red Mulberry, Morus rubra, bark with lichen
Red Mulberry, Morus rubra, mature bark
Red Mulberry, Morus rubra, tree
Red Mulberry, Morus rubra, leaves
Red Mulberry, Morus rubra, foliage
Morus microphylla Buckley, Red Mulberry
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Leaves of Red Mulberry, Morus rubra, are
quite different from those of Texas Mulberry
trees. The leaves are larger, 8-12 inches long
and smooth margined rather then serrated.
Brevard Co., Florida
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Morus rubra is a shade tolerant deciduous
tree found throughout the eastern United
States.
Brevard Co., Florida
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Mature trunk of Red Mulberry growing
near a creek in a scrub pine oak forest.
Brevard Co., Florida
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Bark of Morus rubra varies in degrees of roughness from somewhat smooth with vertical
fissures pictured left to extremely rough with ridges, pictured right.  The white spots on the
bark pictured left is lichen.
Brevard Co., Florida
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Red Mulberry growing in the understory of
Cabbage Palm, Live Oak, Sand Live Oak
and Sand Pine.
Brevard Co., Florida
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