Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak (Lab 01)

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  • Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Bark on a tree 14 inches in diameter at breast height.Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Bark on a tree 14 inches in diameter at breast height.
  • Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Bark on a tree 14 inches in diameter at breast height.Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Bark on a tree 14 inches in diameter at breast height.
  • Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Bark on a tree 14 inches in diameter at breast height.Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Bark on a tree 14 inches in diameter at breast height.
  • Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Bark on a tree 10 inches in diameter at breast height.Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Bark on a tree 10 inches in diameter at breast height.
  • Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Bark on a tree 12 inches in diameter at breast height.Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Bark on a tree 12 inches in diameter at breast height.
  • Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Form of a large tree growing in an park.Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Form of a large tree growing in an park.
  • Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Form of a large tree growing in a closed-canopy forest.Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Form of a large tree growing in a closed-canopy forest.
  • Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Form of a large tree growing in a closed-canopy forest.Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Form of a large tree growing in a closed-canopy forest.
  • Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Fruit, nut, acorns tend to have bowl-shaped caps covered with warty, corky scales.Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Fruit, nut, acorns tend to have bowl-shaped caps covered with warty, corky scales.
  • Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Fruit, nut, acorns tend to have bowl-shaped caps covered with warty, corky scales.Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Fruit, nut, acorns tend to have bowl-shaped caps covered with warty, corky scales.
  • Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Leaf, alternate, simple, lobed but depth and number of lobes are extremely variable.Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Leaf, alternate, simple, lobed but depth and number of lobes are extremely variable.
  • Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Leaf, alternate, simple, lobed but depth and number of lobes are extremely variable.Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Leaf, alternate, simple, lobed but depth and number of lobes are extremely variable.
  • Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Leaf, alternate, simple, lobed but depth and number of lobes are extremely variable.Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Leaf, alternate, simple, lobed but depth and number of lobes are extremely variable.
  • Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Leaf, alternate, simple, lobed but depth and number of lobes are extremely variable.Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Leaf, alternate, simple, lobed but depth and number of lobes are extremely variable.
  • Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement, clustered, rounded terminal buds.Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement, clustered, rounded terminal buds.
  • Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement, clustered, rounded terminal buds.Fagaceae Quercus alba - white oak: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement, clustered, rounded terminal buds.
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