Old Dominion University
A to Z Index  |  Directories


Plant Site

Fraxinus pennsylvanica Oleaceae


Near Sebrell, along Nottoway River, Southampton County, Virginia 21 September 2006

Near Winton, Gates County, North Carolina. 19 October 2006. Small Phoradendron flavescens (mistletoe). This ash is not a common host of the parasite.

Near Winton, Gates County, Virginia. 19 October 2006. The narrow samaras are Fraxinus pennsylvanica, the wider are F. caroliniana. Both are common at this site near the boat landing.

Fruits. The narrower fruits are F. pennsylvanica, the wider are F. americana. Fraxinus pennysylvanica fruits courtesy P. Sissons. 4 October 2006.

Near Winton, Gates County, North Carolina. 19 October 2006.

WARNING:  Accurate determination of this plant or fungus requires more than this single image.
The University grants a license for non-commercial use of individual photographs with proper identification of the ownership and limited license. No commercial use is permitted without an express written license from Old Dominion University. Contact lmusselm@odu.edu