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The Hackberry
... the Elm Family - Ulmaceae Ulmaceae - Watson/Dallwitz Description of Hackberry - Celtis hackberry Leaves: alternate, asymmetrical, unequal-sided, sharply toothed. Bark: ... | beech | basswood | birch | black cherry | black walnut/butternut | cottonwood | elm | hackberry | hickory | holly | locust | magnolia | maple | oak | poplar | red alder | royal paulownia | ...
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Hackberry
... Hackberry Leaf Characteristics broad, flat simple not lobed fine, double teeth all teeth same size shorter ... not like rasperries fruit not at end of single stalk fruit borne singly dark red Hackberry Celtis occidentalis The bark of younger trees is gray to brown and smooth. Later, it ...
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Celtis laevigata var. reticulata, netleaf hackberry
... laevigata Willd. var. reticulata (Torr.) L. Benson Family: Ulmaceae (elms & hackberries) Common names: netleaf hackberry, roughleaf hackberry, western hackberry Synonyms: Celtis reticulata, Celtis douglasii, Celtis occidentalis var. reticulata Small tree or large shrub ...
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Celtis occidentalis, northern hackberry
... Celtis occidentalis, northern hackberry Celtis occidentalis L. Family: Ulmaceae (elms and hackberries) Common name: northern hackberry, common hackberry Synonym: For now, we are including the taxon known as C. pumila or C. occidentalis ...
www.biosurvey.ou.edu
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VT Forestry I.D. Cards - hackberry
... VT Forestry I.D. Cards - hackberry hackberry Ulmaceae Celtis occidentalis Leaf:Alternate, simple, ovate, 2 to 5 inches long, serrated margin, pinnately ...
www.cnr.vt.edu

Questions On Hackberry
... . It affects members of the elm family, which the hackberry is. Hackberry trees are also known to defoliate early for other reasons. ... . It sounds like you are describing a hackberry. Q: Hopefully this specimen from a hackberry tree will not be pulverized by the ... (Lemmon, S.D.) A: Your (and everybody else's) hackberry is being infested with Hackberry Nipplegall—a very small insect related to aphids ...
www.ext.nodak.edu

Untitled Document
... Glossy Buckthorn Green Ash Greenbriar Grey Dogwood H return to the top of the page Hackberry Hawthorne Hazelnut Hemlock Hickory Highbush Cranberry Holly Honeysuckle Honeylocust Hophornbeam Hornbeam Horsechestnut Hydrangia I Ironwood ...
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Can I attract butterflies without gardening? - Butterfly Garden
... order to produce the chemicals for mating purposes. (tdogmom) (quoting the Audubon Society Field Guide) "Hackberry butterflies share a strong fondness for the juices of rotting fruit, and can be lured out of their trees to overripe figs, pears, peaches and persimmons." I had a Hackberry butterfly on my birdbath last year. (Capella_IN) While visiting the Key West Butterfly & Nature Conservatory ...
faq.gardenweb.com

Identify a Tree | Tree Anatomy Physiology | Type of Tree
... WalnutDescription by Individual Walnut Species The ElmsDescription of Individual Elm Species - Ulmus The HackberryDescription of Hackberry - Celtis The HickoryDescription by Individual Hickory Species - Carya American HollyDescription of American Holly - Ilex opaca ...
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Open Directory - Science:Biology:Flora and Fauna:Plantae:Magnoliophyta:Magnoliopsida
... wholly parasitic. Ulmaceae The elm family. Included in the Hamamelidae. Woody plants, including elm and hackberry. Found primarily in Europe and North America. Viscaceae The mistletoe family. Open Directory Science: Biology ...
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