Carya illinoensis

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  • noun

Synonyms for Carya illinoensis

tree of southern United States and Mexico cultivated for its nuts

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In the late spring and early summer, pollens are released by other allergenic trees, such as Juglans regia (walnut) and Carya illinoensis (pecan).
The collection of this species in Brazil at Cachoeira do Sul city (30[grados]34'S, 52[grados]30'W), Rio Grande do Sul State, on Carya illinoensis, by Dr.
Dominant trees associated with the land snails we found (sweet pecan Carya illinoensis, American elm Ulmus americana, cedar elm Ulmus crassifolia, black willow Salix nigra, eastern cottonwood Populus deltoides, and sycamore Platanus occidentalis) supports placing our study site within the pecan-elm (Carya-Ulmus) forest of the east-central plains (Gould et al.
This widespread pest of Carya illinoensis is closely related to Clastoptera obtusa.
Carya illinoensis is known from stream bottoms or slopes mainly in the eastern half of Texas and becoming scattered westward (Diggs et al.
Throughout the South, Carya illinoensis can be found in most nurseries and garden centers that sell trees.
Common Name Scientific Name Box elder Acer negundo Chittamwood Bumelia lanuginosa Pecan Carya illinoensis Sugar hackberry Celtis laevigata American hackberry Celtis occidentalis Rough-leaf dogwood Cornus drummondii Hawthorn Crataegus spp.