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White Oak

Quercus alba

Description:

Normally not a very tall tree, typically reaching 80–100 feet at maturity, it nonetheless becomes quite massive and its lower branches are apt to extend far out laterally, parallel to the ground. Trees growing in a forest will become much taller than ones in an open area which develop to be short and massive. The tallest known white oak is 144 feet (43 m) tall.

Habitat:

Eastern, Midwestern United States

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Blaine, Minnesota, USA

Spotted on May 17, 2015
Submitted on May 26, 2015

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