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Quercus imbricaria
Shingle Oak

Shingle Oak, an oak of medium texture because of its simple, relatively narrow, lobeless leaf, is a member of the Red Oak Group because it has a single bristle at the apex of its young leaves in Spring (which may disappear as the season progresses).


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