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Oak identification #2606005
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Re: Oak identification [Re: SouthBamaSlayer] #2606008
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White Oak, AKA Stave Oak.



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Originally Posted by 2Dogs
White Oak, AKA Stave Oak.

Those leaves look like a red oak to me

Re: Oak identification [Re: SouthBamaSlayer] #2606025
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Bark looks white and leaves and acrons look red oak


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Re: Oak identification [Re: 2Dogs] #2606026
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Originally Posted by 2Dogs
White Oak, AKA Stave Oak.

Aren’t white oak lobes more rounded?

Re: Oak identification [Re: SouthBamaSlayer] #2606039
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Red oak

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Are you 100% positive these leaves and acorns came off of the tree in the pic?
That’s red oak acorns and leaves with white oak bark. Never seen it before.


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Re: Oak identification [Re: Johnal3] #2606050
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Originally Posted by Johnal3
Are you 100% positive these leaves and acorns came off of the tree in the pic?
That’s red oak acorns and leaves with white oak bark. Never seen it before.

I’m pretty positive. I didn’t see any other leaves and no other oaks close. That’s why I was confused.

Re: Oak identification [Re: SouthBamaSlayer] #2606062
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White oak tree. Those leaves and acorns came from a scarlet oak (red oak).

Re: Oak identification [Re: Mbrock] #2606125
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Originally Posted by Mbrock
White oak tree. Those leaves and acorns came from a scarlet oak (red oak).
There you have it. Double check those leaves again.

Re: Oak identification [Re: SouthBamaSlayer] #2606157
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shumard oak or my shumard maybe a scarlet .

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Re: Oak identification [Re: SouthBamaSlayer] #2606571
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pin oak

Re: Oak identification [Re: SouthBamaSlayer] #2606589
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red oak, all red oaks are no the same, some types have bark that looks like white oaks, but the leaves and acorns are different than white oaks!!!!!

Re: Oak identification [Re: SouthBamaSlayer] #2606592
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What about turkey oak????


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Re: Oak identification [Re: SouthBamaSlayer] #2606601
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turkey oaks only grow where there are turkeys, learned this at arburn, in "TREES " 101.

Re: Oak identification [Re: SouthBamaSlayer] #2606860
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I believe a turkey oak has 3 lobes per leaf. Looks similar to a turkey track


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Leaves say red but bark says white. I can pick those two types out but all the varieties I can't differentiate. Might be a not so common variety of oak.


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Re: Oak identification [Re: SouthBamaSlayer] #2607001
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I think paintrock has it. Leaves like red, bark like white= pin. Aliot of times folks will call a willow oak a pin oak. The above pics are what a real pin oak looks like.

Re: Oak identification [Re: SouthBamaSlayer] #2607002
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Theres also a pin oak you see in peoples yards occasionally that has those leaves but slick bark.

Re: Oak identification [Re: SouthBamaSlayer] #2607069
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Originally Posted by SouthBamaSlayer
Originally Posted by Johnal3
Are you 100% positive these leaves and acorns came off of the tree in the pic?
That’s red oak acorns and leaves with white oak bark. Never seen it before.

I’m pretty positive. I didn’t see any other leaves and no other oaks close. That’s why I was confused.


Is that an oak tree directly to the right in the picture?

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