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29 Possible Causes for Acer, negundos

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  • Toxicodendron Radicans

    Confusion with other plants [ edit ] Boxelder ( Acer negundo ) saplings can look almost indistinguishable from poison ivy.[en.wikibooks.org] DC. f. negundo (Greene) Fernald Origin Native Citation Gillis, 1971 Infra-Species ssp. negundo (Greene) Gillis; ssp. pubens (Engelm. ex S.[efloras.org] In Piatt County, Illinois, poison-ivies were the most frequently occurring woody species on flood-prone sites in silver maple ( Acer saccharinum ) streamside forests; these[fs.fed.us]

  • Maple Bark Strippers' Lung

    "First reports of Cryptostroma corticale causing sooty bark disease in Acer sp. in Canton Geneva, Switzerland".[en.wikipedia.org] European maple Acer campestre Sensitizer; decrease in lung function Dust Bigleaf maple Acer macrophyllum Dermatitis, rhinitis, allergic bronchial asthma Dust Boxelder Acer negundo[wooduchoose.com] Quadrangulata Can cause varying allergic reactions Box Elder Acer negundo Dust - rhinitis, allergic bronchial asthma. Dermititis.[carbideprocessors.com]

  • Anemarrhena

    Abrus precatorius Acacia arabica Acacia auriculaformis Acacia catechu Acacia concinna Acacia dealbata Acacia farnesiana Acacia mangium Acacia mearnsii Acacia melanoxylon Acer[seedvendor.com] Swertia mileensis T N Ho et W L Shih 979 Trichosanthes kirilowii Maxim 983 Tripterygium wilfordii Hook 989 Uncaria rhynchophylla Miq Jacks 997 Verbena officinalis L 1003 Vitex negundo[books.google.de] […] oblongum Acer caesium Acrocarpus fraxinifolius Adenanthera pavonina Adina cordifolia Aegle marmelos Aesculus assamica Aesculus indica Ailanthus excelsa Albizia amara Albizia[seedvendor.com]

  • Ranunculus Poisoning

    PLANTS TOLERANT OF BLACK WALNUT TOXICITY TREES Common name Scientific name Box elder Acer negundo Japanese maple Acer palmatum & cvs.[mortonarb.org] PLANTS TOLERANT OF BLACK WALNUT TOXICITY TREES Common name Scientific name Box elder Acer negundo Japanese maple Acer palmatum & cvs.[mortonarb.org] Red maple Acer rubrum Sugar maple Acer saccharum Ohio buckeye Aesculus glabra Yellow buckeye Aesculus octandra Serviceberry Amelanchier spp.[mortonarb.org]

  • Celastrus Scandens

    Saskatchewan: southeastern Saskatchewan; Souris River Valley Ecoregion: Moist Mixed Grassland HABITAT Saskatchewan: moist, north or east-facing, shrubby ravine slopes Canada: Acer[usask.ca] […] leaf blade base is symmetrical Leaf blade bloom the underside of the leaf has no noticeable bloom Leaf blade edges the edge of the leaf blade has teeth Leaf blade edges (Acer[gobotany.newenglandwild.org] Saskatchewan: southeastern Saskatchewan; Souris River Valley Ecoregion: Moist Mixed Grassland HABITAT Saskatchewan: moist, north or east-facing, shrubby ravine slopes Canada: Acer negundo[usask.ca]

  • Cryptostegia Grandiflora Poisoning

    […] niger Black locust Robinia pseudoacacia Black walnut Juglans nigra Blackthorn Prunus spinosa Bleeding heart Dicentra spectabilis Bog asphodel Narthecium ossifragum Boxelder Acer[horsedvm.co.uk] Black locust Robinia pseudoacacia Black walnut Juglans nigra Blackthorn Prunus spinosa Bleeding heart Dicentra spectabilis Bog asphodel Narthecium ossifragum Boxelder Acer negundo[horsedvm.co.uk] […] pheasant's eye Adonis aestivalis Sweat pea Lathyrus odoratus Sweet clover Melilotus officinalis Sweet orange Citrus sinensis Switchgrass Panicum virgatum Sycamore maple Acer[horsedvm.co.uk]

  • Morus

    Toward the north red mulberry is associated with American elm, red maple (Acer rubrum), boxelder (Acer negundo), and white ash (Fraxinus americana).[srs.fs.usda.gov] Early spring hay fever (in Manitoba) has been attributed to A. negundo (Walton and Dudley, 1947). Ailanthus spp.[fao.org] Mapleleaf' - These non-fruiting male forms, which are similar and confused in the trade, bear deeply-lobed glossy leaves that superficially resemble the foliage of true maples ( Acer[hort.uconn.edu]

  • Clematis Virginiana

    Saplings of Acer negundo are superficially similar to C. virginiana , but Acer saplings are much more upright and do not use their petioles to climb.[climbers.lsa.umich.edu] Kuntze Most Likely Confused with: Toxicodendron radicans, Campsis radicans, Clematis occidentalis , and saplings of Acer negundo .[climbers.lsa.umich.edu] Kuntze Most Likely Confused with: Toxicodendron radicans, Campsis radicans, Clematis occidentalis , and saplings of Acer negundo .[climbers.lsa.umich.edu]

  • Rhus Verniciflua

    Deciduous Trees show Deciduous Trees Acer - Maple Aesculus - Horse Chestnut Alnus - Alder Betula - Birch Carpinus - Hornbeam Carya - Hickory Castanea - Chestnut Catalpa Celtis[baumschule-arbores-mundi.com] […] insigne , T. integrifolium , T. isophyllum , T. laetivirens , T. lanceum , T. laurinum , T. lobadioides , T. longipes , T. macrocarpum , T. microphyllum , T. monticola , T. negundo[commons.wikimedia.org]

  • Aristolochia Petersiana

    Pedley 3 2 Acer mono Maple Aceraceae A. pictum. 2 1 Acer pectinatum Maple Aceraceae 0 0 Acer pensylvanicum Moosewood, Striped maple, Moosewood, Pennsylvania Maple Aceraceae[pfaf.org] Acanthospermum australe , consobrinum , hispidum Acanthostachys strobilacea Acanthostyles buniifolius Acanthosyris falcata , spinescens Acaulimalva nubigena Acca sellowiana Acer negundo[www2.darwin.edu.ar] […] sellowiana Acer barbatum Acer campestre Acer cappadocicum var indicum Acer circinatum Acer ginnala Acer glabrum Acer grandidentatum Acer interius Acer macrophyllum Acer negundo[foodplantsinternational.com]

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