Celtis laevigata

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Synonyms for Celtis laevigata

deciduous shade tree with small black berries

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Celtis laevigata presento porosidad difusa, sin engrosamientos helicoidales en los elementos de vaso, mientras que Wheeler, LaPasha y Miller (1989) describen para esta especie porosidad anular y engrosamientos helicoidales en muestras de madera procedentes del este de los Estados Unidos de America.
Celtis laevigata has been described as a mid-successional to late-successional species within southern Texas (Bush and Richter, 2006).
This is evident by the presence of Aristolochia tomentosa, Aster praealtus, Carex conjuncta, Forestiera acuminaa, and Celtis laevigata, which all have C-values equal to or greater than six and are commonly found in wetlands.
Triadica sebifera increased from 30% of overstory stems before the storm to 44% after, and Quercus virginiana replaced Celtis laevigata as the most common native tree in the overstory.
At all three sites, the correlation coefficient, r, indicated a significant intraspecific interaction for Quercus virginiana and Celtis laevigata (Table 2).
Native hardwoods characteristic of higher elevations (median elevation [greater than]57 cm; minimum elevation [greater than]28 cm) are Ulmus rubra, Quercus virginiana, Myrica cerifera, Cornus drummondii, Celtis laevigata, Liquidambar styraciflua, Ilex vomitoria, Persea palustris and Quercus nigra (Table 3).
Item Winter Spring Summer Autumn Fruit and Seed Juniperus ashei 222 38 61 Rhus virens 21 5 Celtis laevigata 4 Quercus fusiformis 5 23 Sorghum halepense 40 60 Cassia Lindheimeriana 20 Diospyros texana 3 Green Foliage Sorghum halepense 8 14 23 20 Bothriochola ischaemum 8 17 28 31 Stipa leucotricha 22 15 2 15 Melilotus albus 28 16 8 Opuntia lindheimeri 5 3 2 4 Croton monanthogynus 1 4 9 Shrankia roemeriana 1 1 Torilis nodosa 19 8 2 Lepidium virginicum 1 2 Houstonia nigricans 4 1 Lupinus texensis 1 Rumex acetosella 4 Abutilon incanum 3 3
Understory trees were not common; Celtis laevigata (sugarberry) was the most numerous with 7 stems/ha.
The species associated with Vitis berlandieri sites included Celtis laevigata Willd.
minor were in low-lying deciduous forests (primarily dominated by Celtis laevigata, Nyssa sylvatica, Quercus lyrata, and Q.
Among the other less important species are Fraxinus americana (white ash), Celtis laevigata (sugarberry), and Morus rubra (red mulberry).
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.