American basswood is a large, deciduous tree growing 40 to 130 feet tall. Its small, greenish-white to creamy white to yellow flowers are grouped into loose, fragrant, pendulous clusters, each flower having both male and female parts.
The native range extends from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and southern Quebec, Canada, west to the Great Lakes region, and south through most of the central and eastern United States and south into northeastern Mexico. The western limits of the native range are ambiguous due to widespread introductions in western North America. The species also […]
This is a description for the brown bullhead catfist
The Black Bullhead Catfish is difficult to distinguish from the Brown Bullhead. It also has a square tail and dark chin barbels. Its coloring is dark brown to black in color, and it lacks mottled coloration on sides.