Quercus sinuata, young tree
Quercus sinuata bark
Quercus sinuata Walter var. sinuata, Bigelow Oak
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Old Live Oak, Quercus virginiana, towers above and is laden with spanish moss
Quercus sinuata, Bigelow Oak, also known as Bastard Oak,
has smoother bark when young, becoming rougher with age.
Tarrant Co., Texas
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Quercus sinuata, Bigelow Oak, bark is rough, fissured and
broken into irregular plates when mature.
Eisenhower State Park, Grayson Co., Texas.
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Quercus sinuata, Bigelow Oak, leaves have shallow lobes and
are dark green on top with lighter, more yellow toned
undersides.
Tarrant Co., Texas
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