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Acer Saccharum Acorn alternately on stem American Elm Appalachian area Basswood Beech Birch Black Locust Black Walnut bristles protruding Broad Oval Buckeye Butternut Cabinets Furniture Carya Characteristics of Hardwood Cherry compound leaves Dark brown Dark gray deeply fissured developed by sawing diameter occurring eastern United edible nut gray in color hard and heavy heartwood Honey Locust Horse Chestnut husk indistinct grain pattern inner bark leaflets Leaves occur alternately light brown ln the Appalachian LOBED LEAVES lt grows throughout lumber production medullary rays moisture content mountains Palmately Compound palmately lobed pattern is developed pecan hickories pignut pinnately compound Quercus Red Maple Red Oak SAWN This pattern shagbark Simple slim oval species springwood Sugar Maple Sumara winged seed Sycamore throughout the eastern timber and lumber volume of timber weighing about 3.6 white in sapwood White Oak wide occurring alternately Wood is diffuse Yellow Poplar