Carya ovata

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Synonyms for Carya ovata

North American hickory having loose grey shaggy bark and edible nuts

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Species Years when present C value None in years 1-5 Acer saccharum 17-50 4 Crataegus crus-galli 17-50 4 Liparis loeselh 17 4 Galium triflorum 27-50 5 Ophioglossum vulgatum 27 4 Lactuca floridana 35-50 5 Carex amphibola 38 8 Carex radiata 38 4 Rubus occidentales 38 4 Smilax lasioneuron 38 4 Fraxinum americana 38-50 4 Leersia virginica 38-50 4 Asimina triloba 50 6 Carya ovata 50 4 Galium circaezans 50 7 Packera obovata 50 7 Prunus serotina 50 4 Ranunculus recurvatus 50 5 Symphyotrichum shortii 50 6
Two species of hickory, Carya ovata (shagbark hickory), and C.
Hale Common on decorticate logs and on the lower limbs and trunks of Carya ovata, Crataegus mollis (#1618), Fraxinus pennsylvanica var.
Lecanora strobilina (Sprengel) Kieffer Occasional on the lower trunks of Carya ovata (#1629) and Quercus macrocarpa (#1879).
Tree Species/ Lichen Species Substrate Amandinea Amandinea dakotensis punctata Acer negundo Acer platanoides Acer saccharinum X Acer saccharum Betula papyrifera Carya ovata Catalpa speciosa Celtis occidentalis Crataegus crus-galli Crataegus mollis Fagus species Fraxinus americana Fraxinus quadrangulata Fraxinus pennsylvanica var.
Rare on the lower trunks of smooth barked trees such as Carya ovata (#2114, #2114a) and Celtis occidentalis (#2035).
Carya ovata ranked fourth and was followed by a steady decline in RIV by Prunus serotina and Carya cordiformis.
Overstory trees (> 10 cm dbh) were sampled in each plot and consisted mainly of Carya ovata, Liquidamber styraciflua, and Nyssa sylvatica.
Liquidamber styraciflua and Carya ovata were the dominant tree species with importance values of 40.
Carya ovata (shagbark hickory), Ulmus rubra (slippery elm), and Quercus spp.
Tree species Status dbh (cm) exfoliating 1996 1 Carya ovata live 20.
Quercus alba (white oak) ranked second in IV, while Carya ovata (shagbark hickory) ranked third.
8% (Quercus rubra, Ulmus rubra, Celtis occidentalis, Carya ovata, Ulmus americana, and Fraxinus americana).