Carya (tree)

Abundance: 0.00 to 76.28% (median 9.05%)

Latitudinal range: 27.2° to 42.5°

Habitats: temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (30), tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (2)

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Found in 32 samples

China: Baihua

Mexico: Northeastern Coastal Plain of Coahuila (Quercus fusiformis forest), Northeastern Coastal Plain of Coahuila (Carya illinoinensis forest)

United States: Abner's Hollow, Lake Sara, Crabtree Woods, Kisatchie National Forest (longleaf-oak), Kisatchie National Forest (mixed pine-hardwood forest), Kisatchie National Forest (oak-beech-magnolia-sweetgum forest), Eastern Talus, Southern Talus, Sunrise Towhead Island, Stewart State Forest (H), Stewart State Forest (NH), North Woods (oak-hickory community), North Woods (transition community), Highlands, Marshall Forest Preserve, Bent Creek, Hill Forest State Natural Area, Rich Harvest Links, Beadles Barrens Nature Preserve, Bonayer Forest, Sipsey Wilderness, Seashore State Park (mesic forest plots), Pogue Creek Natural Area, Red Hill, Oakmulgee Ranger District, Wharton Brook, Botany Glen (Plot 1), Botany Glen (Plot 2), Botany Glen (Plot 3)

See also Carya alba, Carya cathayensis, Carya cordiformis, Carya floridana, Carya glabra, Carya illinoinensis, Carya ovalis, Carya ovata, Carya pallida, Carya sp., Carya spp., Carya texana, Carya tomentosa