Acer negundo

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Synonyms for Acer negundo

common shade tree of eastern and central United States

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I can see the possibility of a large box-elder bug population wanting to spend this winter in my house.
The only bugs the ducks don't care for are the box-elder bugs, except when they see a flying one, mistaking it for a mosquito.
The less damaged portion of the valley is dominated by sugar maple, with black walnut, box-elder, white ash, slippery elm and red oak of secondary importance.
In the less disturbed (southern) portion of the valley, sugar maple was by far the most dominant tree with white ash, white oak spp., and box-elder of secondary importance (Martin & MacMillan 1982).
The exception to this is the soft maple box-elder. Other significant soft maples include red maple and silver maple.