shagbark hickory


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Synonyms for shagbark hickory

North American hickory having loose grey shaggy bark and edible nuts

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3) tomentosa) Shagbark hickory (Carya ovata) 12 2 17.
In summer, females roost in tightly packed colonies under the peeling bark of dead and dying trees or healthy trees like the shagbark hickory (Carya ovata).
5 ha in size consisting primarily of oaks and hickories; in order of greatest abundance were post oak (Quercus stellata), black hickory (Carga texana), and shagbark hickory (Carga ovata).
A dead shagbark hickory, Carya ovata, in a woodlot 1 km S of Interstate Highway 70 was the most utilized roost tree throughout the study, from 1996 to the winter of 2001-02 when it fell.
Although the lumber had faded close to a bluegray color and a slight mist hung in the November air, the old perch shoddily nailed into a shagbark hickory 200 yards from my vantage point could still be easily discerned as a tree stand.
and shagbark hickory I come to Long Island's shore;
Of the 16 species of Carya in North America, Carya ovata, also called shagbark hickory, is considered by many to be the most commercially important hickory.
Each shagbark hickory, however, was a heavily shaded, living tree, and each was found by radiotracking a postlactating female--one bat in Jackson Co.
Shagbark Hickory (Carya ovata) - A member of the walnut family, the older, mature shagbark hickory tree is easily identified by its distinct, light-gray shaggy bark that looks as if it's peeling in long, vertical strips.
Four types of responses to defoliation were observed: A) A second flush in red oak, shagbark hickory, and year-old seedlings of green ash and sugar maple; B) A small continued extension of stem elongation with the production of some additional leaves and a significant delay in terminal bud formation in white ash, green ash, pignut hickory, black walnut, and in year-old seedlings of green ash and sugar maple; C) No response in sweetgum and white pine; and D) Shoot die-back in sugar maple, silver-red maple, cottonwood, black walnut, and to a lesser extent, the ashes.
The hardwood consists of Tatajuba (Bagasssa Quianensis), which is similar to white oak and shagbark hickory, and Jatoba (Hymenea Courbaril L.
Pin oak was the most commonly used species (33%), followed by silver maple (25%), American elm (23%) and shagbark hickory (Carya ovata; 11%).
COUNTRYSIDE: I just received the Sept/ Oct 2009 issue of COUNTRYSIDE and was reading about the shagbark hickory nuts.
Bertin holds a compound leaf from a shagbark hickory tree at Cookson Park in Worcester.