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Forestry ID 2 nd 9 weeks. ID Test #8 Chestnut OakQuercus prinus Live OakQuercus virginiana Post OakQuercus stellata Southern Red OakQuercus falcata White.

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1 Forestry ID 2 nd 9 weeks

2 ID Test #8 Chestnut OakQuercus prinus Live OakQuercus virginiana Post OakQuercus stellata Southern Red OakQuercus falcata White OakQuercus alba

3 Chestnut Oak- Quercus prinus shallowly lobed with rounded lobes on each margin Leaves 4-9 inches long and inches wide

4 Live Oak- Quercus virginiana Rolled leaf margin Leaves 2-5 inches long Evergreen

5 Post Oak- Quercus stellata Cruciform lobes – Shaped like a cross They are leathery, and tomentose (densely short-hairy) beneath

6 Southern Red Oak- Quercus falcata The leaves generally have rounded (U-shaped) base Long, thin, curving (falcate) tips. Leaves 6-7 inches long and 4-5 inches wide

7 White Oak- Quercus alba – 7-11 lobes per side – Cuneate, or wedge shaped base – Red fall color – leaves 5-9 inches long

8 Word Bank for ID Test #8 1.Sassafras- Sassafras albidum 2.Mockernut Hickory- Carya tomentosa 3.Sweetbay- Magnolia virginiana 4.Persimmon- Diospyros virginiana 5.Eastern Hophornbeam- Ostrya virginiana 6.Buckeye- Aesculus spp 7.Catalpa- Catalpa bignoniodes 8.Mimosa- Albizia julibrissin 9.Sourwood- Oxydendrun arboreum 10.Sumac- Rhus spp. 11. Chestnut Oak-Quercus prinus 12. Live Oak- Quercus virginiana 13. Post Oak- Quercus stellata 14. Southern Red Oak-Quercus falcata 15. White Oak- Quercus alba

9 ID Test 9 Water Oak- Quercus nigra Laurel Oak- Quercus laurifolia Blackjack Oak- Quercus marilandica Sawtooth Oak- Quercus acutissima Willow Oak-Quercus phellos

10 Water Oak- Quercus nigra Water Oak is adapted to wet, swampy areas shaped like a spatula being broad and rounded at the top and narrow and wedged at the base

11 Laurel Oak- Quercus laurifolia The leaves are broad lanceolate broad and unlobed

12 Blackjack Oak- Quercus marilandica The leaves are broad, and typically flare from a tapered base to a broad three-lobed bell shape with only shallow indentations. They are dark green and glossy remain attached to the twigs through the winter after turning brown in the fall

13 Sawtooth Oak- Quercus acutissima Heavily serrated Clustered buds (on tip)

14 Willow Oak-Quercus phellos Lanceolate leaf Thinner leaf All acute leaf

15 Word Bank for ID Test #9 1. Buckeye- Aesculus spp 2. Catalpa- Catalpa bignoniodes 3. Mimosa- Albizia julibrissin 4. Sourwood- Oxydendrun arboreum 5. Sumac- Rhus spp. 11. Chestnut Oak-Quercus prinus 12. Live Oak- Quercus virginiana 13. Post Oak- Quercus stellata 14. Southern Red Oak-Quercus falcata 15. White Oak- Quercus alba 11. Water Oak- Quercus nigra 12. Laurel Oak- Quercus laurifolia 13. Blackjack Oak- Quercus marilandica 14. Sawtooth Oak- Quercus acutissima 15. Willow Oak- Quercus phellos

16 ID Test 10 Turkey Oak- Quercus laevis Scarlet Oak- Quercus coccinea Red Maple- Acer rubrum Silver Maple- Acer saccharinum Sugar Maple- Acer saccharum

17 Turkey Oak- Quercus laevis Leaves 3-12 inches long, 1-10 inches wide 3,5,7 deeply divided bristle tipped lobes Leaf usually curved or twisted Shaped like a turkey’s foot

18 Scarlet Oak- Quercus coccinea Leaves 3-6 inches long, 2-4 inches wide 7-9 lobes that are deeply divided bristle tipped lobes shiny leaf above

19 Leaves and limbs opposite 2-5 lobes Serrated margins Known for its brilliant deep scarlet foliage in autumn. Rounded Buds Red Maple-Acer rubrum

20 Silver Maple- Acer saccharinum 3-5 lobes that are 4-6 inches long Deeply divided between the five lobes. Silver undersides of the leaves are exposed in the wind. Brilliant yellow and even orange and red colorations in fall

21 Sugar Maple- Acer saccharum Leaves inches long 5 lobes No milky sap Pointy bud The fall color ranges from bright yellow through orange to fluorescent red-orange

22 Word Bank for ID Test #10 1.Chestnut OakQuercus prinus 2.Live OakQuercus virginiana 3.Post OakQuercus stellata 4.Southern Red OakQuercus falcata 5.White OakQuercus alba 6.Water OakQuercus nigra 7.Laurel OakQuercus laurifolia 8.Blackjack OakQuercus marilandica 9.Sawtooth Oak Quercus acutissima 10.Willow OakQuercus phellos 11. Turkey Oak Quercus laevis 12. Scarlet Oak Quercus coccinea 13. Red MapleAcer rubrum 14. Silver MapleAcer saccharinum 15. Sugar MapleAcer saccharum

23 ID Test 11 American Sycamore- Platanus occidentalis Honeylocust- Gleditsia triacanthos Black Locust- Robinia pseudoacacia River Birch- Betula nigra Flowering Dogwood-Cornus florida

24 American Sycamore- Platanus occidentalis Leaves are four to nine inches long 5 points, star shaped Wooly when young, but smooth at maturity

25 Honeylocust- Gleditsia triacanthos The leaves are pinnately compound The leaflets are 1.5–2.5 cm and bright green. Thorns 3-4 inches long

26 Black Locust- Robinia pseudoacacia Blue-green leaves Flowers in April Paired flat thorns (compared to honeylocust)

27 River Birch-Betula nigra The leaves are alternate, ovate, in long Doubly-serrated margin and five to twelve pairs of veins Papery bark

28 Flowering Dogwood-Cornus florida Entire leaf margin The leaves are opposite, simple, oval with acute tips Leaves 3-6 inches long Turbinate bud

29 Word Bank for ID Test #11 1.Water OakQuercus nigra 2.Laurel OakQuercus laurifolia 3.Blackjack OakQuercus marilandica 4.Sawtooth Oak Quercus acutissima 5.Willow OakQuercus phellos 6.Turkey Oak Quercus laevis 7.Scarlet Oak Quercus coccinea 8.Red MapleAcer rubrum 9.Silver MapleAcer saccharinum 10.Sugar MapleAcer saccharum 11.American SycamorePlatanus occidentalis 12.HoneylocustGleditsia triacanthos 13.Black LocustRobinia pseudoacacia 14.River BirchBetula nigra 15.Flowering DogwoodCornus florida

30 ID Test 12 Yaupon-Ilex vomitoria Paulownia- Paulownia tomentosa

31 Yaupon-Ilex vomitoria Tiny alternate leaves Also have a coarsely serrated margin Substitute for a boxwood

32 Paulownia-Paulownia tomentosa large heart-shaped to five-lobed leaves cm across Arranged in opposite pairs on the stem. On young growth, the leaves may be in whorls of three

33 Overcup Oak- Quercus lyrata 6 to 10 inches long roughly oblong in shape with a highly variable margin that has 5 to 9 lobes The underside is white and pubescent.


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