Wavyedged

4 SWAMP OAK, Quercus bicolor p. 220

Low ivoods; sw. Maine, sw, Quebec, s. Ontario, and se. Minnesota to Maryland, n. Virginia, w. N. Carolina, Tennessee, and Arkansas,

4 CHESTNUT OAK, Quercus prinus p. 220

Dry woods; sw. Maine, New York, and s. Ontario to se. Virginia, nw. Georgia, n. Alabama, ne. Mississippi, and s. Illinois.

♦ BASKET OAK, Q. micfwuxii (leaf edge illus.) p. 220

f CHINQUAPIN OAK, Quercus muehlenbergii p. 220

Dry woods especially on limestone soils; Connecticut, nw. Vermont, s. Ontario, s. Wisconsin, and se. Nebraska to nw. Florida, centr. Texas, and ne. New Mexico.

i DWARF OAK, Quercus prinoides p. 221

Dry barrens; sw. Maine, Minnesota, and Nebraska to se. Vi rginia, Alabama, and Texas,

SWAMP

CHESTNUT

CHINQUAPIN

LEAVES TOOTHED OR WAVY-EDGED

Bark gray

Teeth usually rounded

Bark gray

BASKET

SWAMP

CHESTNUT

Bark gray

Bark gray

Teeth usually

8-13

pairs

CHINQUAPIN

DWARF

Shrubby sharp

pairs

Shrubby

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