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Fraxinus nigra basic info
Scientific Name: Fraxinus nigra Marshall.
Common names in English: swamp ash, water ash.
Fraxinus nigra also know as black ash, is a species of ash native to much of eastern Canada and the northeastern United States. The plant is used by Native Americans of the North East for making baskets and other devices. - for more info about Fraxinus nigra See link
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