Large tree with large, round, green drupes, leaves pinnately compound
large tree, open pasture, fruit a large nut with husk, alternate, oddly pinnate leaves
Large, deciduous tree with gray-black bark. Alternate, odd pinnate green leaves. Fruit is brownish-green with semi fleshy husk and brown nut.
Tall single trunk tree. Leaves odd pinnately compound. Fruit are a large nut with a fleshy husk with a brown corrugated nut. Bark light in color and hard.
large, deciduous tree; bark grey-black and deeply furrowed; leaves alternate, odd-pinnate with largest leaflets in the center; fruit a nut with a brownish-green, semi-fleshy husk
Large tree with green almost baseball sized fruit. Fruit turns black after it falls.Compound leaves with alternate leaf arrangement.
leaves pinnately compound medium tree approx. 14 ft tall Fruit green large round nuts indide husk, fruit broken open contains a type of resin, sromatic, and also some worms present. Bark deeply furrowed into ridges and dark brown.
Leaves pinnately compound. Fruit is a nut enclosed in a thick, round husk. Tree is approximately 85 ft tall. Bark is dark brown and deeply furrowed.
~40 ft tall, with full foliage and many fruit still on tree, although several fruit found on ground
Location: Off to right side of road, behind white fence.
Description: Taller tree 15-18 feet, not very spread foliage, thick trunk.
Associated species: yellow-poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera), white ash (Fraxinus americana), black cherry (Prunus serotina), basswood (Tilia americana).
Date: 20 September 2014
Collector: Carl Mini
Collection number: 5
Large tree with a single trunk standing ~ 55 ft. tall. Large compound leaves with a terminal leaflet. Fruit is large nut in a thick green leathery husk.
Species is native and highly prized by locals.
Bark is dark with furrows; Leaves are compound and alternate with the last leaflet somewhat smaller than the rest of the leaflets.
A significant portion of the tree seems to be parasitized by some type of web worm (Fall webworm?)
Fruit (Nut) yield is plentiful; fruits themselves have a heavy and pungent but nostalgic scent.
Not likely to have been cultivated, as there are other similar specimens nearby.
Juglans nigra, the eastern black walnut, a species of flowering tree in the walnut family, Juglandaceae, is native to eastern North America. It grows mostly in riparian zones, from southern Ontario, west to southeast South Dakota, south to Georgia, northern Florida and southwest to central Texas. Isolated wild trees in the upper Ottawa Valley may be an isolated native population or may have derived from planted trees.