Definition of Crataegus aestivalis

1. Noun. Hawthorn of southern United States bearing a juicy, acidic, scarlet fruit that is often used in jellies or preserves.

Exact synonyms: Mayhaw, Summer Haw
Group relationships: Crataegus, Genus Crataegus
Generic synonyms: Haw, Hawthorn

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crataegus Aestivalis

Crampton's line
Crampton's muscle
Crampton test
Crandall's syndrome
Crangon
Crangonidae
Craniata
Cranmerian
Crapper
Craspedia
Crassostrea
Crassula
Crassulaceae
Crassulacean acid metabolism
Crataegus
Crataegus aestivalis
Crataegus apiifolia
Crataegus biltmoreana
Crataegus calpodendron
Crataegus coccinea
Crataegus coccinea mollis
Crataegus crus-galli
Crataegus laevigata
Crataegus marshallii
Crataegus mollis
Crataegus monogyna
Crataegus oxyacantha
Crataegus oxycantha
Crataegus pedicellata
Crataegus tomentosa

Literary usage of Crataegus aestivalis

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Plant Life of Alabama: An Account of the Distribution, Modes of Association by Charles Mohr (1901)
"crataegus aestivalis Torr. Л. Gray, Fl. NA 1:468. 1810. APPLE HAW. MAY HAW. Louisianian area. Low country of South Carolina, Georgia, ..."

2. Torreya by Torrey Botanical Club (1901)
"crataegus aestivalis (Walt.) T. & G. May haw. Sumter, Mitchell. This is the best-known species of the genus in southwest Georgia, on account of its fine ..."

3. Manual of the Trees of North America (exclusive of Mexico) by Charles Sprague Sargent (1905)
"crataegus aestivalis, T. & G. May Haw. Apple Haw. Leaves elliptical to oblong-cuneiform, acute or rounded at the apex, gradually narrowed and entire below, ..."

4. Biotechnology: Forestry and Forest Products. Bibliography January 92-January 95 by Raymond Dobert (1995)
"... pectin were determined in two cultivars of mayhaw fruit (Yellow Gem, Crataegus aestivalis, and Super Spur, Crataegus opaca) at three stages of maturity. ..."

5. Check List of the Forest Trees of the United States: Their Names and Ranges by George Bishop Sudworth (1898)
"crataegus aestivalis (Walt.) Torr. & Gr. Summer Haw. RANGE.—Coast region from South Carolina (Savannah River) to northern Florida and west in the Gulf ..."

6. Plant Life of Alabama: An Account of the Distribution, Modes of Association by Charles Mohr (1901)
"crataegus aestivalis Torr. Л. Gray, Fl. NA 1:468. 1810. APPLE HAW. MAY HAW. Louisianian area. Low country of South Carolina, Georgia, ..."

7. Torreya by Torrey Botanical Club (1901)
"crataegus aestivalis (Walt.) T. & G. May haw. Sumter, Mitchell. This is the best-known species of the genus in southwest Georgia, on account of its fine ..."

8. Manual of the Trees of North America (exclusive of Mexico) by Charles Sprague Sargent (1905)
"crataegus aestivalis, T. & G. May Haw. Apple Haw. Leaves elliptical to oblong-cuneiform, acute or rounded at the apex, gradually narrowed and entire below, ..."

9. Biotechnology: Forestry and Forest Products. Bibliography January 92-January 95 by Raymond Dobert (1995)
"... pectin were determined in two cultivars of mayhaw fruit (Yellow Gem, Crataegus aestivalis, and Super Spur, Crataegus opaca) at three stages of maturity. ..."

10. Check List of the Forest Trees of the United States: Their Names and Ranges by George Bishop Sudworth (1898)
"crataegus aestivalis (Walt.) Torr. & Gr. Summer Haw. RANGE.—Coast region from South Carolina (Savannah River) to northern Florida and west in the Gulf ..."

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