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Scrub White Oak Scrub Chestnut Oak




More or less common throughout the states east of the Mississippi;

westward apparently grading into Q. Muhlenbergii, within the limits of

New England mostly a low shrub, rarely assuming a tree-like habit. The

leaves vary from rather narrow-elliptical to broadly obovate, are rather

regularly and coarsely toothed, bright green and often lustrous on the

upper surface.





=Quercus rubra, L.=






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