Fraxinus Americana

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Noun1.Fraxinus Americana - spreading American ash with leaves pale green or silvery beneath and having hard brownish woodFraxinus Americana - spreading American ash with leaves pale green or silvery beneath and having hard brownish wood
ash tree, ash - any of various deciduous pinnate-leaved ornamental or timber trees of the genus Fraxinus
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For both studies, traps were hung from ropes in the lower canopy (5-8 m) of host along the edges of white (Fraxinus americana L.) and green (Fraxinuspennsylvanica Marshall) ash-dominated woodlots in Edmore, Michigan; North Andover, Massachusetts; and Bethel, Ohio, USA.
Fraxinus americana Plant Soil Feedback Legacy Effects on Seedling Regeneration.
Lecania croatica (Zahlbr.) Kotlov--Corticolous {Acer saccharum, Fraxinus americana).
The United States is home to several species of ash, including the commercially viable Fraxinus americana (white ash), Fraxinus pennsylvanica (green ash), Fraxinus nigra (brown and black ash), Fraxinus latifola and Fraxinus velutina (Oregon ash), and Fraxinus quadrangulata (blue ash).
In southeast Michigan, where EAB was first established, scientists have documented 99 percent mortality in forest stands dominated by green ash (Fraxinus perinsyl-vanica), white ash (Fraxinus americana) or black ash (Frasinus nigra).
and now 7.5 billion ash trees, mountain white (fraxinus Americana
The scientific name for these two species of trees is Fraxinus americana and Fraxinus Pennsylvania also known commonly as white ash and green ash.
KRL Waste Disposal Parcels Name 1969- 1963- 1960- 1957- 1954- 1976 1969 1963 1960 1957 Acer negundo (box 23 75 -- 15 8 elder) * Acer rubrum (red -- -- -- -- -- maple) * Acer saccharinum -- 15 -- -- -- (silver maple) * Aesculus glabra -- -- -- -- -- (Ohio buckeye) * Ailanthus altissima -- 8 75 -- 45 (tree of heaven) Catalpa bignonoides -- -- -- -- -- (common catalpa) Catalpa speciosa -- -- 8 -- 8 (northern catalpa) Celtis occidentalis 8 8 -- -- -- (hackberry) * Cornus amomum 15 -- -- -- -- (pale dogwood) * Cornus drummondi -- -- -- -- 223 (roughleaf dogwood) * Cornus racemosa -- 90 -- -- -- (gray dogwood)* Fraxinus americana -- -- -- -- -- (white ash) * Fraxinus pennsylvanica 23 52 -- -- 8 var.
Cuticular wax linear alkanes in leaves of Populus alba, Populus deltoides (Salicaceae), Robinia pseudoacacia (Fabaceae), Ulmus pumila (Ulmaceae) and Fraxinus americana (Oleaceae) from Tandil, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
EAB has been found to infest and kill all native species of ash in the Great Lakes area, including Fraxinus americana (white ash), F.
latifolia 1 tamarack Larix laricina 1b laurel willow Salix pentandra 2 European white birch Betula pendula 2 white elm Ulmus americana 2a cranberry Viburnum trilobum 2b Manitoba maple Acer negundo 2b ponderosa pine Pinus ponderosa 2b Ohio buckeye Aesculus glabra 2b hackberry Celtis occidentalis 3 little-leaf linden Tilia cordata 3 Rocky Mountain juniper Juniperus scopulorum 3 red maple Acer rubrum 3b black walnut Juglans nigra 3b white ash Fraxinus americana 4 ginkgo/maidenhair tree Ginkgo biloba 4 black locust Robinia pseudoacacia 4a Rocky Mountain Douglas-fir Pseudotsuga menziesii var.