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overcup oak, overcup-oak, swamp post oak, water white oak, swamp white oak. Image 1 of 8. Quercus lyrata. Photo credit: Larry Allain, U.S. Geological Survey.


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Overcup Oak/Swamp Post Oak/Water White Oak has these characteristics: Fruit is an acorn; Leaf edges are untoothed (no small teeth); Leaf Arrangement is.


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Overcup Oak/Swamp Post Oak/Water White Oak has these characteristics: Fruit is an acorn; Leaf edges are untoothed (no small teeth); Leaf Arrangement is.


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Quercus lyrata, the overcup oak, is an oak in the white oak group. It is native to lowland wetlands in the eastern and south-central United States, in all the coastal states from New Jersey to Texas, inland as far as Oklahoma, Missouri, and.


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It can be used as a shade tree. As most native oak trees, this is a high-value wildlife plant. Insects, Diseases, and Other Plant Problems: Oaks, in general.


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Overcup Oak/Swamp Post Oak/Water White Oak has these characteristics: Fruit is an acorn; Leaf edges are untoothed (no small teeth); Leaf Arrangement is.


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Quercus similis, the swamp post oak or bottomland post oak, is an oak species native to the southeastern and south-central United States. The greatest.


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Swamp Post Oak grows in the following 18 states and provinces: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana.


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Quercus similis, the swamp post oak or bottomland post oak, is an oak species native to the southeastern and south-central United States. The greatest.


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ABBREVIATION: QUELYR SYNONYMS: NO-ENTRY SCS PLANT CODE: QULY COMMON NAMES: overcup oak swamp post oak swamp white oak water​.


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The variable fall color is yellow, brown or red.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Male and female flowers are borne in separate catkins on the same tree. Width: 35 ft. Wildlife Value: Mildly deer resistant. Butterflies use this tree as a larval host. Quercus montana. In North Carolina, flowers appear in March to April. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Overcup Oak is native to central and southeast North America and can be found in the coastal and coastal plains of NC, although not abundantly. This renders it buoyant in flood areas. Tweet this Page Share on Facebook. Quercus nigra. In North Carolina, the acorns are available from September to October. See below Description Overcup Oak is native to central and southeast North America and can be found in the coastal and coastal plains of NC, although not abundantly. Public Domain Mark 1. Found in all southeastern states, west to Texas and Oklahoma, and north to Illinois. Potential insect pests include scale, oak skeletonizer, leaf miner, galls, oak lace bugs, borers, caterpillars and nut weevils. Edibility: Poisonous Dimensions: Height: 35 ft. Ulmus alata. In spite of its natural occurrence where periodical flooding is typical, overcup oak grows well on sites with better drainage and soil texture. Undersides are gray-green with hairs. Produce seed at around years. Birds and small mammals eat the acorns. However , this tree is resistant to oak wilt. Margins have deeply rounded lobes. The cup has grey pubescent scales and covers most of the nut. They are oval to oblong,.