Ashes 2 And Ashleaf Maple

The only trees with opposite feather-compound leaves (see also Plate 9). The species of this group have velvety-hairy or bright green and usually white-powdered round twigs,

4 RED ASH, Fraxinus pennsylvanica p. 51

Damj) soils; sw. Quebec and s, Ontario and Manitoba to Alabama, Louisiana, and Iowa.

Fraxinus americarta var, biltrnoreana

Woods; New Jersey, s. Illinois, and Missouri to Georgia and

\Iahi una.

4 PUMPKIN ASH» Fraxinus tomentosa p. 51

Flootlplains and swamps; se, and sw. New York to nw, Florida and Louisiana.

4 WATER ASH, F. caroliniana (fruit illus.) p. 52

Coastal Plain swamps and shorelines; e, Virginia to Florida, west to e. Texas, and north in Mississippi Valley to Arkansas.

4 ASHLEAF MAPLE (BOX ELDER), Acer negundo p. 52 Hiverbanks9 Jloodplains, and fertile uplands; Nova Scotia, centr« Manitoba, and s. Alberta to Klorida, Texas, and California.

4 JAPANESE CORKTREE p. 52

Phelloilendron japonicum (not illus,) Oriental; occasionally escapes to the wild.

(fruits wiîh tapering seeds)

BILTMORE (Fruits with blunt seeds)

PUMPKIN (Fruits large, to 3")

WATER (Raiher diamond shaped)

ASHLEAF MAPLE (Fruits paired)

FRUITS

Ashleaf Maple Photos

Leaflets stalked, 5-9 toothed (or not)

Bark furrowed

Bark furrowed whitened beneath green beneath

Stream banks Rich woods

Bases of trunks not swollen Buds brown

Leaf scars broad, separate

Lear scars broad, separate

Twigs gray or brown, velvety-hc

BILTMORE

Leaflets stalked

7-9, rusty-hairy or green beneath not toothed

Bark furrowed

Fertile soils

River swamps

Bases of trunks not swollen

Twigs green or purplish swollen

Twigs gray or brown, velvety

Leaf scars broad, separate narrow brown

PUMPKIN ASHLEAF MAPLE

II. PLATE 11

BUCKEYES

The only trees or shrubs with opposite compound leaves whose leaflets are arranged like the spokes of a wheel

4 HORSECHESTNUT, Aesculus hippocastanum p. 53

Planted in towns; an occasional escape from cultivation.

♦ SWEET BUCKEYE, Aesculus octandra p. 53

Woods; W* Virginia, sw+ Pennsylvania, and s. Illinois to w. N* (Carolina and n. Georgia.

♦ OHIO BUCKEYE, Aesculus glabra p. 53

Moist woods; W. Virginia, w. Pennsylvania, Iowa, and se,

Nebraska to Tennessee, centr. Alabama, and centn Oklahoma.

t DWARF BUCKEYE, A, sylvatica (not illus.) p, 54

Coastal Plain and Piedmont Plateau bottomlands; se, Virginia to Florida and Alabama, ♦V RED BUCKEYE, A. pavia (not illus.) p. 54

Coastal Plain woods; se. Virginia to Florida, west to centr, Texas, and north in Mississippi Valley to s. Illinois, se. Missouri, and se. Oklahoma.

PARTICOLORED BUCKEYE p. 54

Woods; N. Carolina, Kentucky, and Missouri to Georgia and Texas.

HORSECHESTNUT SWEET BUCKEYE OHIO BUCKEYE

(Fruit husk thorny) {Fruit hvik smooth) (Fruit huik weakly thorny when young or warty when old)

Blossoms

Smooth Bark Palm Trees North Florida

Blossoms leaflets 7-9

Bark of trunk scafy

Maple Tree Bark Scale

Buds gummy leaflets 7-9

HORSECHESTNUT

Bark of trunk scafy

Buds gummy

Twigs not malodorous when broken

Sweet Buckeye TreeAshleaf Maple

SWEET BUCKEYE OHIO BUCKEYE

Fruit husks smooth leaflets 5

Fruit husks with weak thorns

Bark of trunk somewhat smooth

Buds not gummy

Bud scales smooth ridged

Twigs not strongly malodorous when broken

Bark of trunk rough

SECTION III

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