Juglans microcarpa, Little Walnut
Juglans microcarpa, Little Walnut
Juglans microcarpa, Little Walnut
Juglans microcarpa, Little Walnut
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Juglans microcarpa, Little Walnut
Juglans microcarpa, Little Walnut
Juglans microcarpa, Little Walnut
Juglans microcarpa, Little Walnut, fruit cluster
Juglans microcarpa, Little Walnut, summer green
Juglans microcarpa, Little Walnut, shrubby form
Juglans microcarpa Berl., Little Walnut
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Little Walnut, Juglans microcarpa,
has leaves typical of walnut trees.
Tarrant Co., Texas
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Little Walnut is also known as the
Nogalito tree and has smooth
greyish brown bark when young.
Tarrant Co., Texas
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Growing in clusters of 2 or more,
the walnuts of Juglans microcarpa
are encased in a green husk.
April- Tarrant Co., Texas
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Leaves of Little Walnut are 4 to 6
inches long and are oddly pinnate.
Tarrant Co., Texas
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Juglans microcarpa foliage
is light greenish yellow.
Tarrant Co., Texas
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Young Little Walnut crowns grow
denser with age. Another name for this
tree is Little leaf Walnut, as its leaves
are smaller than most in the Walnut
genus.
Tarrant Co., Texas
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As it ages, the bark of Little
Walnut becomes rougher and
furrowed.
Tarrant Co., Texas
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As they mature, the husks of
Juglans microcarpa begin to turn
more orange in color.
July- Somervell Co., Texas
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Juglans microcarpa leaves have a
pronounced yellow mid-rib and veins.
somervell Co., Texas
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Growing in a drought stricken dry
stream bed, this Little Walnut, or Little
Leaf Walnut, has a shrubby form.
Somervell Co., Texas
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Summer foliage of Little Walnut during a
summer drought in North Texas.
July- Somervell Co., Texas
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