Quercus vaseyana, Sandpaper oak, trunk bark
Quercus vaseyana, Sandpaper oak, acorn and foliage
Quercus vaseyana, Sandpaper oak, new spring growth
Quercus vaseyana, Sandpaper oak, spring growth detail
Quercus vaseyana Buckley, Sandpaper Oak
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Quercus vaseyana, Sandpaper oak, winter structure
Quercus vaseyana, Sandpaper oak, bark
Quercus vaseyana, Sandpaper Oak,  sometimes labeled Quercus
pungens var. Vaseyi, has flaking, light grayish brown bark.
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The foliage of Quercus vaseyana is dark green, with slightly wavy
margins, or edges.  Acorns are oblong and honey brown with a
shallow cap.  Tarrant Co., Texas   2012 TreesForMe Original Image.  
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Spring buddings of Sandpaper Oak in early April.
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Sandpaper Oak, Quercus vaseyana, new leaves
begin growing and are bright yellow in early April.
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A deciduous tree, Sandpaper Oak
loses its foliage in the fall and
exposes its structure over winter.
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Sandpaper Oak, Quercus vaseyana,
has flaking bark broken into irregular
vertical plates.   Dallas Co., Texas  
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