Celtis laevigata


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  • noun

Synonyms for Celtis laevigata

deciduous shade tree with small black berries

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Solanaceae Native Solanum ptycanthum Ulmaceae Native Celtis laevigata Urticaceae Native Loportea canadensis Urticaceae Native Pilea pumila Vilaceae -- Viola sp.
Evidence for interspecific interactions between Sapium sebiferum and other dominant chenier trees was found only with Celtis laevigata at GC2.
3 Platanus occidentalis -- -- -- -- Celtis laevigata 6.
Among the other less important species are Fraxinus americana (white ash), Celtis laevigata (sugarberry), and Morus rubra (red mulberry).
minor were in low-lying deciduous forests (primarily dominated by Celtis laevigata, Nyssa sylvatica, Quercus lyrata, and Q.
However, phenologically and morphologically it is similar to the native mid-sized, broad-leaved deciduous trees, such as Celtis laevigata (Bush & Van Auken 1986; Bruce et al.
Brushlands in the LRGV are typically dominated by native species such as Fraxinus berlandieriana, Ulmus crossifolia, Celtis laevigata, Chloroleucon ebano, Ehretia anacua or Prosopis glandulosa with ground layers dominated by Chromolaena odorata, Rivina humilis, Malpighia glabra, Setaria leucopila or Panicum maximum.
Prosopis glandulosa (mesquite), Celtis laevigata (hackberry) and Chloroleucon ebano (Texas ebony) were the tallest trees, but density of mesquite and Texas ebony was low.