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Fraxinus catawbiensis Ashe

, Bot. Gaz. 33(3): 230 (1902).
IPNI Identifier
urn:lsid:ipni.org:names:105813-2
Publication
Botanical Gazette; Paper of Botanical Notes. Crawfordsville, IN, Chicago, IL
Collation
33(3): 230
Date of Publication
Mar 1902
Family as entered in IPNI
Oleaceae

Type Information

Locality
The Catawba ash frequents the alluvial river banks of the Piedmont region of the Carolinas, growing with the black birch, red maple, sweet gum, the white and green ashes, and the bitternut hickory; and is not uncommon in the vicinity of Raleigh, N.C. at an altitude of I10m, and Marion, N. C, along the Catawba river and its tributaries, at an altitude of 400m
Distribution Of Types
North Carolina (Southeastern U.S.A., Northern America)

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Fraxinus catawbiensis Ashe, Bot. Gaz. 33: 230 (1902).