COMMON NAMES: True Hickory Group: Hickory, shagbark, shellbark, mockernut, pignut Pecan Hickory Group: pecan, bitternut
, water and nutmeg hickory.
(14.) Being unsure what type of hickory was used in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, I list the average for five types of hickory (Mockernut, Pignut, Shagbark, Shellbark, Bitternut
) that were prevalent in areas of the eastern United States where wood may have been harvested.
Another reason that would-be nutpickers do not gather hickory nuts is that they cannot differentiate the shagbark hickory from its bitternut
and mockernut relatives, which do not bear edible nuts.
Pecan, pecan hickory, Southern pecan, pecan nut, pecan tree, faux hickory, sweet pecan, water hickory, bitter pecan, low ground hickory, wild pecan, swamp hickory, wild pecan, pignut hickory, water bitternut
rubra), blackwalnut (Juglans nigra), sugar maple, white ash, slippery elm, basswood (Tilia americana), black cherry, bitternut
hickory (Carya cordiformis), and shagbark hickory (C.
I have been astounded at the adaptability and hardiness of Bitternut
Hickory (Carya cordiformis).
hickory, American beech, hemlock, basswood, ironwood and white ash are also present.
For 2 d after capture, the bat roosted in a live bitternut
hickory (Carya cordiformis; DBH: 23.2 cm, see Table 1, Tree 1) located 0.89 km southwest from the capture site.
Other species of the pecan group of hickory include Carya cordiformis (bitternut
hickory), Carya aquatica (water hickory) and Carya myristicaeformis (nutmeg hickory).
hickory (Carya cordiformis) and red ash were more successful in the fenced treatment.