Quercus alba, White Oak, spring leavs
Quercus alba, White Oak, trunk base
Quercus alba, White Oak, mature bark
Quercus alba, White Oak, deeply furrowed bark
Quercus alba L., White Oak
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Quercus alba, White Oak, young tree
Quercus alba, White Oak, in the fall
Quercus alba, White Oak, seedling
Quercus alba, White Oak, leaves are many lobed.
April- Harrison Co., Texas
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Quercus alba, White Oak, trunk base where younger tree
appears to be growing in the same spot as a more mature tree. 
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Quercus alba, White Oak, has rough and deeply furrowed bark. 
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Quercus alba, White Oak, bark is smoother when young but
continues to roughen with age.
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Quercus alba, White Oak,
young tree.
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Quercus alba, White Oak, is a
deciduous tree and loses its leaves
in winter.   Tarrant Co., Texas
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Quercus alba, White Oak, seedling
growing in the forest understory.
Harrison Co., Texas
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