A new Oklahoma station for Quercus sinuata Walt. var. brevifolia (Tor.) C. H. Muller

Taylor, Allan R.
April 2011
International Oaks;Spring2011, Issue 22, p55
Academic Journal
The article reports on the identified population of Quercus sinuata Walt. var. brevifolia (Tor.) C. H. Muller Bigelow oak which could be found in southwestern Custer County, Oklahoma. It states that it is unusual for Bigelow oak to grow in a sandstone-derived soil. It says that the site could have limestone, dolomite, or gypsum which helps maintain the population. It argues that the small population was left in Oklahoma because of climatic changes.


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