Hop tree

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(Bot.) a small American tree (Ptelia trifoliata), having broad, flattened fruit in large clusters, sometimes used as a substitute for hops.

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Other locally common thicket-forming species are indicated by pre-1950 accounts (especially *) or by more modern observations (especially #): Berchemia scandens#, Celtis laevigata*, Cercis canadensis#, Cornus (drummondii#, florida*), Diospyros virginiana*, Frangula caroliniana#, Gleditsia triacanthos*, Ilex decidua*, Juniperus virginiana#, Maclura pomifera#, Ptelea trifoliata, Rhus spp.
Comunidad de Quercus pringlei-Pinus cembroides: Micro-mesobosque semicerrado dominado por el pino pinonero (Pinus cembroides) al que acompanan formando parte del sotobosque micro y nanofanerofitos como Ceanothus greggii, Comarostaphylis polifolia, Eupatorium scorodonioides, Lindleya mespiloides, Ptelea trifoliata, Quercus pringlei, Sophora secundiflora y Yucca carnerosana.
Hop tree - Ptelea trifoliata - the strongest scent from the tiniest flowers on this tall shrub.