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Quercus buckleyi Nixon & Dorr, Texas Red Oak
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Quercus buckleyi, Texas Red Oak, leaves are deeply lobed with
a prickle at the end of each, which places this species in the red
oak group. Tarrant Co., Texas
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Quercus buckleyi, Texas Red Oak, is also known as the
Buckley Oak.  Its foliage is dark green, leathery and glossy. 
Tarrant Co., Texas
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Quercus buckleyi, Texas Red Oak, has distinctive white
markings on the bark.
Travis Co., Texas
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Quercus buckleyi, Texas Red Oak,
bark's white stripes are more compact
and evident on younger trees.  Tarrant
Co., Texas   2012 TreesForMe Original
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Quercus buckleyi, Texas Red Oak,
bark's is also smoother on young trees,
but becomes rougher with age.  Tarrant
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Quercus buckleyi, Texas Red Oak, is
typically a single stemmed (trunk) tree. 
Travis Co., Texas   2012 TreesForMe
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Quercus buckleyi, Texas Red Oak-
double trunk base.  Travis Co., Texas  
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Quercus buckleyi, Texas Red Oak-
sunlight revealing the rib (vein) structure
inside the leaves.  Travis Co., Texas  
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Quercus buckleyi, Texas Red Oak-
sunlight revealing the rib (vein) structure
inside the leaves.  Travis Co., Texas  
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Quercus buckleyi, Texas Red Oak-
mature tree approximately 30 ft tall
with a wide rounded canopy. 
Travis Co., Texas  
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Quercus buckleyi, Texas Red Oak,
young trees, pictured on the left, have
a straight trunk and a narrow crown. 
Travis Co., Texas  
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