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Native from southern Maine and Ontario to South Carolina and Alabama, but occurs in moister soils than Chestnut Oak, grows larger than 12 to 15' and the involucral scales form a fringe round the rim. Might be Identified with Q. prinus. under Q. michauxii. Leaves: Alternate, simple, obovate to obovate-oblong, 4 to 6" long, 1 1/2 to 3 1/2" wide, acute or acuminate, cuneate or rounded at base, coarsely and regularly toothed. Acorns are borne 1 to 2.
Trail Number: C2