Discussion in 'The Wood Pile' started by Ctwoodtick, Sep 23, 2020.
Saw this today while hiking.
Maybe Pignut Hickory.
Definitely Hickory, not Shagbark. I'm leaning towards Pignut too.
This site has a healthy population of hickories so you guys could def be right.
Those don't look to be compound leaves. Looks like Elm to me.
looks like hickory.
There is distinct serration and veins on the leaves.
If it is pignut, watch as the leaf forms next spring and you'll know for sure.
Originally by the bark I was going to say Tupelo, I just zoomed in on the pic and that is an Elm leaf