Quercus nigra

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Synonyms for Quercus nigra

relatively tall deciduous water oak of southeastern United States often cultivated as a shade tree

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Acer rubrum, Liquidambar styraciflua, Celtis laevigata and Quercus nigra are known to be intolerant of short-term freshwater or saline storm surge flooding (Conner and Askew, 1993; Conner and Inabinette, 2003; Williams et al.
Protein percentage of each food resource was: Quercus nigra, 3.
1] [+ or -] SD) for each food item based on five (5) samples per diet Diet Caloric value Percentage protein Quercus nigra 5.
Occasionally called Spanish oak, swamp oak, or water oak, Quercus palustris should not to be confused with the true water oak, Quercus nigra.
As I reread this past week's entry, it is a litany in Latin: Quercus nigra, Taxodium distichum, Pinus glabra, Pinus taeda, Diospyros virginiana, and a song of praise in English: water oak, baldcypress, spruce pine, loblolly pine, persimmon.
Native hardwoods characteristic of higher elevations (median elevation [greater than]57 cm; minimum elevation [greater than]28 cm) are Ulmus rubra, Quercus virginiana, Myrica cerifera, Cornus drummondii, Celtis laevigata, Liquidambar styraciflua, Ilex vomitoria, Persea palustris and Quercus nigra (Table 3).
For some species, most notably Quercus nigra, peak abundance of trees, saplings and regeneration occurred at widely different positions along the gradients [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 3 OMITTED].