Quercus fusiformis, Escarpment Oak, mature bark
Quercus fusiformis, Escarpment Oak, foliage
Quercus fusiformis, Escarpment Oak, prickled leaves
Quercus fusiformis Small, Escarpment Oak
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Quercus fusiformis, Escarpment Oak, leaves and terminal buds
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Quercus fusiformis, Escarpment Oak
Quercus fusiformis, Escarpment Oak, bark example
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Quercus fusiformis, Escarpment Oak, large trunk base of mature tree
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Quercus fusiformis, Escarpment Oak, mature bark.
Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center, Travis Co., Texas
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Quercus fusiformis, Escarpment Oak-
young tree growing in full sunlight.
Travis Co., Texas
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Quercus fusiformis, Escarpment Oak, is also known as the
Texas Live Oak.  
Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center, Travis Co., Texas
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Leaves of Quercus fusiformis vary in shape. Some have prickles,
some do not and some are lobed while others are not.  Ladybird
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Quercus fusiformis, Escarpment Oak-
an example of leaves without lobes or
prickles. Travis Co., Texas
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Quercus fusiformis, Escarpment Oak.
Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center,
Travis Co., Texas
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Quercus fusiformis, Escarpment Oak,
bark is greyish brown, darkening
slightly with age as the bark fissures
more deeply. Travis Co., Texas
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Leaves of Escarpment Oaks are
yellowish green on top and creamy
yellowish green underneath.  Travis
Co., Texas
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Mature Quercus fusiformis trees can
have a wide trunk base with large stout
branches.
Travis Co., Texas
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Quercus fusiformis, Escarpment
Oaks, often have wide, spreading
crowns making them excellent
shade trees. Travis Co., Texas
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