Indigenous Woody Plants of the Eastern United State_Frett_Date__022510

Indigenous Woody Plants of the Eastern United State_Frett_Date__022510

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Unformatted text preview: Canopy Trees Continued 1. Quercus muhlenbergii 1. Yellow Oak 1. 40’-50’ [80’]- light: sun 2. Nuts- soil: moist-dry 3. Throughout-UPL 4. Calcareous- climax 2. Notes: leaves: small, small lobes, elliptical 2. Quercus nigra 1. Water Oak 1. 50’-80’ 100’]- light: sun 2. Nuts- soil: moist-wet 3. Mid-south, coastal plain, piedmont-FAC 4. Wet woods, floodplain- climax 2. Notes: finer texture than most oaks. Buds: small, clustered. Leaves: bristle on point of lobes, shape varies, usually 3 lobes. 3. Quercus palustris 1. Pin Oak 1. 60’-70’ [100’]- light: sun 2. Nuts, fall color- soil: moist-wet 3. Mid, west-FACW 4. Wet woods, floodplains- climax 2. Notes: droopy branches. Buds: scaled, pointed. Leaves: usually 5 lobed, big sinuses, pointed tips. Acorn: small 4. Quercus phellos 1. Willow Oak 1. 40’-60’ [100’]- light: sun 2. Nuts- soil: moist-wet 3. Mid, south-coastal plain-FAC 4. Wet woods, floodplains- climax 2. Notes: buds: small, clustered, pointed. Leaves: long narrow, willow-like.Notes: buds: small, clustered, pointed....
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2010 for the course PLSC 214 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Delaware.

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Indigenous Woody Plants of the Eastern United State_Frett_Date__022510

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