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3 results for tilia americana. More search options
FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
MalvaceaeTilia americana var. americanaNorthern BasswoodRich coves, rocky slopes, metabasalt boulderfields, rich north-facing river bluffs, calcareous Coastal Plain ravines.NB and MB south to e. VA, w. NC, and OK.image of plant
MalvaceaeTilia americana var. carolinianaSouthern Basswood, Carolina BasswoodMesic forests, in the outer Coastal Plain usually associated with shell deposits, Indian shell middens, or underlying coquina limestone ("marl").NC south to c. peninsular FL and west to OK and c. TX.image of plant
MalvaceaeTilia americana var. heterophyllaMountain Basswood, White Basswood, LinnRich coves and mesic to dry slopes (the drier sites usually on limestone), often one of the most abundant trees in Southern Appalachian cove forests.Centered in the Southern Appalachians: sw. PA and WV south to c. NC, wc. GA, FL Panhandle, and westward as disjunct populations to the Ozarkian Highlands of s. MO and n. AR.image of plant

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