Carya cordiformis


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Synonyms for Carya cordiformis

hickory of the eastern United States having a leaves with 7 or 9 leaflets and thin-shelled very bitter nuts

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Tree species/ Lichen Species substrate Amandinea Anisomeridium Arthona punctata polypori caesia Acer negundo X Acer nigrum Acer saccharinum X Acer saccharum X Carya cordiformis X Carya ovata X Celtis occidentalis X Cornus stolonifera Crataegus crus-galli X Crataegus mollis X X X Fraxinus pennsylvanica X var.
Other abundant species include Platanus occidentalis, Prunus serotina, Carya cordiformis, and C.
Liriodendron tulipifera and Carya cordiformis (bitternut hickory) and by L.
Species list of plants recorded during the 3 y study and how they were characterized for the native/exotic analysis Native woody Carya cordiformis bitternut hickory Fraxinus americana white ash Lindera benzoin spicebush Parthenocissus quinquefolia Virginia creeper Prunus serotina black cherry Quercus rubra red oak Ribes cynosbati prickly gooseberry Rubus flagellaris dewberry Sassafras albidum sassafras Sambucus nigra ssp.
The six most important species, based on RIV (in descending order), were Fagus grandifolia, Acer saccharum, Prunus serotina, Fraxinus americana, Carya cordiformis and Quercus rubra.
The most frequently-encountered trees include Acer saccharum, Carpinus caroliniana, Carya cordiformis, Celtis occidentalis, Crataegus mollis, Fraxinus spp.
5% 10% Other 28% 6% The "other" category is comprised of the following 22 species listed in descending order by basal area of seedlings: Prunus serotina, Magnolia acuminata, Asimina triloba, Cornus florida, Nyssa sylvatica, Quercus velutina, Sassafras albidum, Magnolia tripetala, Cercis canadensis, Acer rubrum, Acer saccharum, Fraxinus americana, Carya tomentosa, Quercus rubra, Carpinus caroliniana, Carya ovata, Pinus virginiana, Quercus prinus, Betula lenta, Oxydendron arboreum, Amelanchier arborea, and Carya cordiformis
Of the three sites, Cairo had the greatest tree species richness including Acer pensylvanicum, Amelanchier laevis, Betula lenta, Carpinus caroliniana, Carya cordiformis, Fraxinus americana, Ostrya virginiana and Prunus serotina, none of which were found in either of the other sandy sites.
The most frequent trees of the canopy include Acer saccharum, Carya cordiformis, Fagus grandifolia, Fraxinus americana, Prunus serotina, and Quercus rubra.
Carya ovata ranked fourth and was followed by a steady decline in RIV by Prunus serotina and Carya cordiformis.
Species with higher densities in the lower size-classes are Aesculus glabra, Carya cordiformis, Celtis occidentalis, and Ulmus americana (Fig.