Quercus stellata


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Synonyms for Quercus stellata

small deciduous tree of eastern and central United States having dark green lyrate pinnatifid leaves and tough moisture-resistant wood used especially for fence posts

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2m), Quercus stellata (24[+ or -]2m), Quercus palustris (18[+ or -]2m), Quercus velutina (16[+ or -].
Quercus stellata is the second most widely spaced tree in the data-set.
Quercus stellata is a species which is frequently found in a peculiar Illinois vegetation type called the "Illinois Post Oak Flatwoods" (Coates et al.
Carey (1992) reports that Quercus marilandica is even more fire-tolerant than Quercus stellata and Quercus velutina.
Species Seedlings Small Saplings Large Saplings Argyle Hollow Barrens Quercus alba 11250 125 -- Quercus imbricaria 1250 -- -- Viburnum prunifolium 1250 -- -- Quercus velutina 833 208 8 Prunus serotina 833 542 -- Amelanchier arborea 833 -- -- Sassfras albidum 833 -- -- Carya tomentosa 417 125 56 Ostrya virginiana -- 125 -- Fraxinus americana -- 125 -- Carya ovata -- 83 40 Cercis canadensis -- 42 -- Acer saccharum -- -- 16 Totals 17499 1375 120 McKee Creek Barrens Viburnum prunifolium 4000 -- -- Quercus alba 2333 100 -- Quercus stellata 1667 100 8 Carya ovata 1667 133 64 Ostrya virginiana 1667 -- 120 Ulmus rubra 1333 33 8 Quercus velutina 1000 167 32 Sassfras albidum 667 -- -- Acer saccharum 333 167 40 Amelanchier arborea 333 -- 16 Prunus serotina -- 100 -- Totals 15000 800 288 Table 3.
Taxon Cedar Glades Woodlands Opuntia phaeacantha 100% 57% Juniperus ashei 86% 100% Diospryros texana 71% 100% Acacia roemeriana 57% 100% Rhus virens 57% 71% Echinocerous caespitosus 43% - Quercus fusiformis 43% 100% Sophora secundiflora 43% 100% Yucca ripicola 43% 43% Dasylirion texanum 29% 14% Eysenhardtia texana 29% 14% Mammillaria vivipara 14% - Berberis trifoliolata - 100% Bumelia lanuginosa - 57% Foresteria reticulata - 29% Celtis laevigata - 29% Quercus stellata - 29% Ulmus crassifolia - 14% Cercis canadensis - 14% Ungnadia speciosa - 14% Table 2.
Based on importance values, Quercus stellata, Carya texana, and Quercus marilandica were the overall dominant species, contributing 75 percent of the total basal area.
With the exception of the Quercus stellata, Quercus stellata-Carya texana-Sassafras albidum and Quercus stellata-Quercus marilandica communities, the types of communities present in the Pineywoods did not occur in the Post Oak Savannah.
Dominants of this region are Carya texana, Quercus stellata, and Q.
Post Oak Community Savannah Pineywoods Total Quercus stellata 1 2 3 Quercus stellata-Carya texana 1 1 Quercus stellata-Carya texana- Quercus marilandica 2 2 Quercus stellata-Carya texana- Quercus incana 3 3 Quercus stellata-Carya texana- Sassafras albidum 1 1 2 Quercus stellata-Quercus marilandica 2 1 3 Quercus stellata-Ilex vomitoria 2 2 Quercus stellata-Ulmus alata 1 1 Carya texana-Quercus marilandica- Quercus velutina 1 1 Carya texana-Quercus velutina- Cornus florida 1 1 Quercus incana-Pinus palustris 1 1 Total 7 13 20 TABLE 2.