This name is not universally accepted. It is treated as being not distinct from Fraxinus angustifolia in Wallander, E. (2008). Systematics of Fraxinus (Oleaceae) and evolution of Dioecy. Plant Systematics and Evolution 273: 25-49.
Fraxinus oxycarpa sogdiana (Bunge) Wenz.
Fraxinus potamophila Herder
Fraxinus turkestanica Carrière
Fraxinus regelii Dippel
Fraxinus sogdiana is a deciduous tree usually growing from 10 - 20 metres tall[
The tree is utilized from the wild for its wood.
Fraxinus sogdiana has a widespread distribution, though it faces a number of threats including harvesting for timber and changes in water regimes in Central Asia. It is also susceptible to ash dieback fungus Hymenoscyphus fraxineus. However, given the extent of the range of this species and lack of evidence of global population decline, the plant is classified as 'Least Concern' in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species(2018)[
C. Asia - Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan to Afghanistan, Pakistan and western China (Xinjiang)
Along rivers and in open deciduous forests; at elevations up to 500 metres[
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The plant experiences seasonal inundation of the soil in its natural habitat[
Fraxinus species in general are gross feeders with an extensive, fibrous root system, which makes transplanting easy, but means that other species will often not grow well if planted nearby, especially if they are shallow rooted[
The timber is utilized[