We discuss The performance of Low-Density-Parity-Check (LDPC) codes decoded by means of Linear Programming (LP) at moderate and large Signal-to-Noise- Ratios (SNR). Utilizing a combination of the previously introduced pseudocode word-search method and a new "dendro" trick, which allows us to reduce the complexity of the LP decoding, we analyze the dependence of the Frame-Error-Rate (FER) on the SNR. Under Maximum-A-Posteriori (MAP) decoding the dendro-code, having only checks with connectivity degree three, performs identically to its original code with high-connectivity checks. For a number of popular LDPC codes performing over the Additive-White-Gaussian-Noise (AWGN) channel we found that either an error-floor sets at a relatively low SNR, or otherwise a transient asymptote, characterized by a faster decay of FER with the SNR increase, precedes the error-floor asymptote. We explain these regimes in terms of the pseudo-codeword spectra of the codes.