Ostrya virginiana (tree)

Abundance: 0.11 to 94.29% (median 2.13%)

Latitudinal range: 31.3° to 47.2°

Habitats: temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (24), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (1)

Biogeographic distribution: Nearctic

Found in 25 samples

United States: Abner's Hollow, Pike Knob, Sylvania Recreation Area (Uncut), Sylvania Recreation Area (Clearcut), Crabtree Woods, Adirondack Park (maturing forest), Adirondack Park (partially cut forest), Adirondack Park (old growth forest), Kisatchie National Forest (oak-beech-magnolia-sweetgum forest), Old Indian, Eastern Talus, Southern Talus, Stewart State Forest (H), Stewart State Forest (NH), North Woods (oak-hickory community), North Woods (transition community), North Woods (maple-linden community), Itasca Park, Waubun, Hill Forest State Natural Area, Sipsey Wilderness, Pogue Creek Natural Area, Oakmulgee Ranger District, Botany Glen (Plot 1), Botany Glen (Plot 3)

See also Ostrya, Ostrya carpinifolia, Ostrya japonica