Carya ovata (shagbark hickory)
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- Leaves pinnately compound, 5 leaflets; leaflets fringed with minute tufts of white hair
- Bark in long plates, free at one or both ends and curving outward, giving a shaggy appearance
- Terminal buds large, with loosely spreading outer scales
- Nut light yellowish brown, wider than long, thick husk splitting freely to the base and separating completely; kernel sweet
Sourced from page 273 in "Michigan Trees"
Many come from Steve Baskauf at Vanderbilt University