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Oleaceae -- Olive family

    W. R. Harms

    Pumpkin ash (Fraxinus profunda), also called red ash, is a  large tree of swamps and bottom lands where it often develops a  swollen or pumpkin-shaped butt. For management and utilization,  it is treated the same as other ashes. The seeds are eaten by  birds, and deer browse on the branches.


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W. R. Harms

Source: Silvics of North America

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