Bluejack Oak, Quercus incana, branch bark
Bluejack Oak, Quercus incana, acorn on the sand
Bluejack Oak, Quercus incana, foliage
Bluejack Oak, Quercus incana,terminal buds
Bluejack Oak, Quercus incana, stems
Bluejack Oak, Quercus incana, leaves
Bluejack Oak, Quercus incana, leaf underside
Bluejack Oak, Quercus incana, leaves
Quercus incana W. Bartram, Bluejack Oak
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As you can see by where this acorn fell,
Quercus incana, Bluejack Oaks, do quite
well when growing in extremely sandy
soils.  Turkey Creek Sanctuary,  Brevard
Co., Florida  2012 TreesForMe Original Image.  
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Quercus incana  branch bark is much
smoother than that of the trunk.
Turkey Creek Sanctuary,  Brevard Co.,
Florida  2012 TreesForMe Original Image.  
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Quercus incana, Bluejack Oak, crown foliage.
Brevard Co., Florida  2012 TreesForMe Original
Image.  
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The ribs, or veins, of Bluejack Oaks, are very
noticable both for their contrast in color with
the leaves but in the thickness of them as
well.  Notice the shadow cast on both the top
and underside of the leaves.  Brevard Co.,
Florida 
2012 TreesForMe Original Image.  
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Quercus incana, Bluejack Oak, terminal
bud.   Turkey Creek Sanctuary,  Brevard
Co., Florida  2012 TreesForMe Original Image.  
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Leaves of Quercus incana, are long and
narrow with smooth margins, or edges. 
Brevard Co., Florida 
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Quercus incana, Bluejack Oak, leaves are
much lighter underneath than on the top
side.  Brevard Co., Florida 
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Quercus incana, Bluejack Oak, terminal
bud.   Turkey Creek Sanctuary,  Brevard
Co., Florida  2012 TreesForMe Original Image.  
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Quercus incana, Bluejack Oak, sparse foliage in the irregular crown.  
Turkey Creek Sanctuary,  Brevard Co., Florida 
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Mature bark of Quercus incana, Bluejack Oak.
Turkey Creek Sanctuary,  Brevard Co., Florida 
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