Crataegus mollis


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Related to Crataegus mollis: Crataegus monogyna
  • noun

Synonyms for Crataegus mollis

American red-fruited hawthorn with stems and leaves densely covered with short woolly hairs

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Based on the author's personal observations, however, Crataegus mollis seems to be an important substrate for this lichen flora and removal of this tree could jepardize the lichen population.
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.
Occasional on weathered wooden boards (#1684, #1693) and on the lower limbs of Crataegus mollis (#1640, #1650, #1672A, #1880).
Barr Frequent on the lower trunks of Crataegus mollis (1859), Quercus alba (#1632, #1659), Q.
The conidial state of this lichen is also represented here where it is occasionally found on the lower trunks of Crataegus mollis (#1869, #1873, #1876) and Quercus rubra (#1878).
Common on weathered wood fence posts (#1671) and on the lower limbs and trunks of Carya cordiformis, Crataegus mollis (#1623, #1628), Fraxinus pennsylvanica var.
Evans Rare at the base of Crataegus mollis (#1697).
bacillaris (Genth) Schaerer Occasional on weathered wood and on the lower trunks and branches of Crataegus mollis (#1690) and Quercus macrocarpa.
Rare on a lower branch of Crataegus mollis (#1691).
Hale Common on decorticate logs and on the lower limbs and trunks of Carya ovata, Crataegus mollis (#1618), Fraxinus pennsylvanica var.
Common on mosses and on the lower trunks of a variety of trees including Crataegus mollis (#1641, #1874).
Hale Frequent on the trunks and lower limbs of Acer saccharinum, Crataegus mollis (#1679, #1695) and Gleditsia triacanthos (#1682).
Choisy Occasional on the lower limbs of Crataegus mollis (#1672).
Common on decorticate logs and on the lower trunks or bases of a variety of trees including Crataegus mollis (#1625).
Common on dolomite, granite, rusted metal, weathered wood and decorticate logs and on the trunks and limbs of a variety of trees including Crataegus mollis (#1621), Maclura pomifera (#1636) and Ulmus americana (#1668).