Fraxinus latifolia, Oregon Ash, samaras
Fraxinus latifolia, Oregon Ash, foliage
Oregon Ash, Fraxinus latifolia, like all ash trees, has
samaras throughout the late spring and summer. 
Samaras are paper like seed cases, which hang in
clusters and change from green when new to light
brown before falling from the tree.
Photo citation: 1995  Br. Alfred Brousseau, Saint Mary's
College.
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Fraxinus latifolia Benth., Oregon Ash
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Fraxinus latifolia leaves are pinnately compound, with distinct
yellow mid-ribs and veins.
Photo citation: 1995  Br. Alfred Brousseau, Saint Mary's College.
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