. West Virginia trees. th. Flowers.— June-August; polygamous; cream white, arranged inlarge, spreading panicles made up of numerous small umbels. Fruit.—Matures in autumn; an ovoid black berry al)Out j4 inchlong each terminated with a black persistent style. Bark.—Smooth, except on old trunks which are roughened byshallow furrows; broAvn outside, yellow inside, coxered with stoutprickles. Wood.—Soft, brittle, weak, brown with yellow streaks. Range.—New Yoik to Missouri and southward. Distribution in West Virginia.—Common locally west of the Al-leghanies. Habitat.—Often associated with grape vi
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