Quercus ellipsoidalis E.J. Hill on Rims of Kettle Bogs in Ontario

Meyers, G. A.
March 2006
International Oaks;Spring2006, Issue 17, p49
Academic Journal
The article describes Hill's oak or Quercus ellipsoidalis, a medium-sized, mid-continent red oak of North America. It is usually found in a major and extensive disjunction in southwestern Ontario and it is able to grow on drier sites of glacial drift. It could also be found in kettle bog rims and should be looked for north of the Wisconsin terminal moraine.


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