Prunus serotina (tree)

Abundance: 0.11 to 16.79% (median 1.07%)

Latitudinal range: 27.8° to 45.4°

Habitats: temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (18) only

Biogeographic distribution: Nearctic, Neotropic, Central America

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Found in 18 samples

Mexico: Alta Tarahumara

United States: Abner's Hollow, Spruce Forests of the Allegheny Mountains, Central West Virginia, Crabtree Woods, Adirondack Park (maturing forest), Kisatchie National Forest (longleaf-oak), Stewart State Forest (H), Stewart State Forest (NH), Highlands, Cedar Creek Natural History Area, Marshall Forest Preserve, Beadles Barrens Nature Preserve, Bonayer Forest, Sipsey Wilderness, Pogue Creek Natural Area, Botany Glen (Plot 1), Botany Glen (Plot 3)

See also Prunus, Prunus africana, Prunus alabamensis, Prunus apetala, Prunus arborea, Prunus beccarii, Prunus brasiliensis, Prunus ceylanica, Prunus cornuta, Prunus costata, Prunus fragrans, Prunus grayana, Prunus grisea, Prunus incisa, Prunus jamasakura, Prunus javanica, Prunus jenkinsii, Prunus maximowiczii, Prunus myrtifolia, Prunus nepaulensis, Prunus pendula, Prunus pensylvanica, Prunus persica, Prunus salicina, Prunus sargentii, Prunus sellowii, Prunus sp., Prunus spp., Prunus ssiori, Prunus subcorymbosa, Prunus tucumanensis, Prunus turneriana, Prunus virginiana