- Up to 70’ tall, 80’ in crown width, and6’ in trunk diameter
- Blooms May to June
- Plants dioecious; flowers light green in color, arranged in a multi-branched inflorescence
- Fruits on female plants tan to reddish, single-winged, can be wind orwater-dispersed
- Leaves pinnately compound, 1 - 4’ long with 10 - 41 leaflets, each with a glandular, notched base
- Bark pale gray, smooth and thin with a pungent odor similar to rancid peanut
There are few occurrences of this species documented in Colorado. View the knownNorth American Distribution Map.
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