common filbert USDA PLANTS Symbol: COAV80
U.S. Nativity: Exotic
Habit: Hardwood Trees Shrub or Subshrub
Corylus avellana L.

Jump to: Images | Distribution Maps | Sources
Taxonomic Rank: Magnoliopsida: Fagales: Betulaceae
Synonym(s): European hazel
Native Range: Europe (REHD, BAIL); temp. Asia & Europe (GRIN)

Selected Images from Invasive.orgView All Images at Invasive.org


Plant(s); Photo taken May 2007
Dragan Nestorovic, elektra, Bugwood.org
Additional Resolutions & Image Usage

Plant(s); sprout
Robert Vidéki, Doronicum Kft., Bugwood.org
Additional Resolutions & Image Usage

Fruit(s); Photo taken May 2007
Dragan Nestorovic, elektra, Bugwood.org
Additional Resolutions & Image Usage

Fruit(s); Photo taken May 2007
Dragan Nestorovic, elektra, Bugwood.org
Additional Resolutions & Image Usage

Foliage;  shoot
Robert Vidéki, Doronicum Kft., Bugwood.org
Additional Resolutions & Image Usage

Flower(s); Male inflorescence in February. Frequents broadleaved forests on lowlands and mountains. Height to 10 m. Poland
Gil Wojciech, Polish Forest Research Institute, Bugwood.org
Additional Resolutions & Image Usage

Flower(s);
Norbert Frank, University of West Hungary, Bugwood.org
Additional Resolutions & Image Usage

Fruit(s); Tonda Romana variety; Photo taken May 2007
Dragan Nestorovic, elektra, Bugwood.org
Additional Resolutions & Image Usage

Fruit(s); Photo taken June 2007
Dragan Nestorovic, elektra, Bugwood.org
Additional Resolutions & Image Usage

Fruit(s); Healthy kernel; Photo taken June 2007
Dragan Nestorovic, elektra, Bugwood.org
Additional Resolutions & Image Usage

Fruit(s); Healthy kernel; Photo taken June 2007
Dragan Nestorovic, elektra, Bugwood.org
Additional Resolutions & Image Usage

Plant(s); 1. Flowering shoot with male (a - c) catkins, bud-like female (d, e) inflorescences, and vegetative buds (k). - 2. Shoot with mature leaves and developed - yet green - male catkins (a, b) which will stay dormant through winter. - 3. Shoot with ripening fruit clusters surrounded by leafy involucre shorter than nut, and dissected into narrow toothed lobes. - 4. Nuts partially enclosed by incised involucres with lobes longer than nuts (cluster is shown without the leaf the axil of which it develops). - 5. Ripe nut seen from two sides (a, b) - 6. Winter-branchlet with dormant male catkins (m, n). After Hempel & Wilhelm, 1889. Photos and explanations from the book: Zelimir Borzan. "Tree and Shrub Names in Latin, Croatian, English, and German, with synonyms", University of Zagreb, 2001.
Zelimir Borzan, University of Zagreb, Bugwood.org
Additional Resolutions & Image Usage

EDDMapS Distribution:
This map is incomplete and is based only on current site and county level reports made by experts and records obtained from USDA Plants Database. For more information, visit www.eddmaps.org
 


State(s) Where Reported invasive.
Based on state level agency and organization lists of invasive plants from WeedUS database.

Alternative content

Get Adobe Flash player





Invasive Listing Sources:
Native Plant Society of Oregon, 2008