Quercus coccinea, Scarlet Oak, young bark
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Quercus coccinea, Scarlet Oak, foliage
Quercus coccinea, Scarlet Oak, dried leaf
Quercus coccinea, Scarlet Oak, spring foliage
Quercus coccinea, Scarlet Oak, sapling
Quercus coccinea, Scarlet Oak, baby tree
Quercus coccinea, Scarlet Oak, terminal buds
Quercus coccinea, Scarlet Oak, square leaf
Quercus coccinea, Scarlet Oak, vein structure
Quercus coccinea, Scarlet Oak, mature bark
Quercus stellata Wangenh., Post Oak
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Quercus stellata, Post Oak, has
leathery leaves with somewhat
squared lobes.  Travis Co., Texas
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Post Oak, mature tree
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Quercus stellata, Post oak
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Quercus stellata, Post Oak- dried
leaf  Travis Co., Texas
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Quercus stellata, Post Oak,
displaying bright green new foliage
in April.  Harrison Co., Texas
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Quercus stellata, Post Oak. 
Harrison Co., Texas
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Quercus stellata, Post Oak,
seedling growing in the forest
understory.  Harrison Co., Texas
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Quercus stellata, Post Oak, has
buds and the ends of the branch
tips.  Travis Co., Texas
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Quercus stellata, Post Oak, has a
lighter, silvery green underside,
seen here on a particularly squared
leaf.   Travis Co., Texas
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Quercus stellata, Post Oak, can
have low branches almost reaching
the ground.    Travis Co., Texas
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Quercus stellata, Post Oak, can
develop a wide, spreading canopy.   
Travis Co., Texas
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Quercus stellata, Post Oak-
sunlight showing off the inside leaf
structure.  Harrison Co., Texas
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Quercus stellata, Post Oak, bark
of a mature tree.  Harrison Co.,
Texas
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Quercus stellata, Post Oak, can
reach heights of 60 feet.  Harrison
Co., Texas
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Quercus stellata, Post Oak- new
spring foliage high in the canopy 
Harrison Co., Texas
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Quercus stellata, Post Oak- bark
on a young tree.
Harrison Co., Texas
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Quercus stellata, Post Oak, spring
growth of foliage and branch buds  
April, Harrison Co., Texas
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