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Quercus velutina

Quercus velutina, commonly called black oak, is a large, deciduous oak of the red oak group that typically grows 50-60' tall with a globular, spreading crown. This tree is primarily native to upland hills, slopes and ridges from Florida to Texas north to Maine, Ontario, Michigan and Minnesota Quercus coccinea × Quercus velutina → Quercus ×‌fontana Laughlin is a rare oak hybrid known from MA. It has pubescent terminal winter buds and a pubescent inner surface of the carpellate involucre, similar to Q. velutina , but the terminal winter buds are too short (4-6 mm long) and the leaf blades have lobes that are too long (sinuses extending mor

Quercus velutina Lam. Show All Show Tabs black oak General Information; Symbol: QUVE Group: Dicot Family: Fagaceae Duration: Perennial: Growth Habit: Tree: Native Status: CAN N L48 N: Characteristics: Data Source and Documentation: About our new maps. Native: Introduced: Both. SPECIES: Quercus velutina GENERAL BOTANICAL CHARACTERISTICS : Black oak is a medium- to large-sized, native, deciduous tree with an irregularly rounded crown [ 56 ]. In a forest, the trunk is usually branch-free for half the height of the tree [ 28 ]

Black Oak (Quercus velutina)

Quercus velutina - Plant Finde

Quercus velutina Beech family (Fagaceae) Description: This tree is typically 60-80' tall at maturity, consisting of a single trunk about 1½-3' across and a pyramidal or ovoid crown with ascending to widely spreading branches. The crown is somewhat open and irregular and the branches are often crooked. Trunk bark is blackish gray or brownish. Dub sametový (Quercus velutina) je opadavý strom dorůstající výšky asi 25 metrů. Pochází z východních oblastí USA a v Česku je vzácně pěstován jako parkový strom. V minulosti byla borka dubu sametového významným zdrojem tříslovin a z kůry se získávalo žluté barviv Quercus velutina Lam. říše Plantae - rostliny » oddělení Magnoliophyta - rostliny krytosemenné » třída Rosopsida - vyšší dvouděložné rostliny » řád Fagales - bukotvaré » čeleď Fagaceae - bukovité » rod Quercus - du The Atlas of Florida Plants provides a source of information for the distribution of plants within the state and taxonomic information. The website also provides access to a database and images of herbarium specimens found at the University of South Florida and other herbaria Syn.: Quercus coccinea var. tinctoria (Bartram) A. DC., Quercus rubra var. tinctoria (Bartram) Kuntze, Quercus tinctoria Bartram Česká jména: dub sametový (Mareček 1999) Čeleď: Fagaceae Dumort. - bukovité Rozšíření: Druh východní části Severní Ameriky, vyskytuje se na jihovýchodě Kanady a ve východních státech USA, na západ zasahuje až do východního Kansasu.

Names: The genus name, Quercus, is the Latin word for Oak. The species velutina, means 'velvety'. The author name for the plant classification of 1785 - 'Lam.' is for Jean-Baptiste Lamarck (1744-1829) French naturalist and biologist, an early proponent of evolution who among other things, published the 3 volume Flore francaise Quercus velutina is a handsome large tree in time with very exciting foliage. It is most suitable for gardens with plenty of space, woodland areas ort parkland and although very hardy, usually gives a better leaf display if planted in a position with some shelter from strong winds

Black oak (Quercus velutina) leaves collected near Pacific, Missouri, USA, at the end of summer. Leaf shapes are highly variable but in general average 13 to 18 cm long and 7.6 to 13 cm wide. The bristle-tipped leaves are lustrous and dark-green above and yellow-green to coppery-coloured below and covered with soft hairs. Robert Roger Differences in epiphytic vegetation between Quercus velutina and Q. alba (Hale, 1955) and Pinus albicaulis and Larix lyallii (Kalgutkar and Bird, 1969) were attributed largely to differences in bark water capacities between the phorophytes Quercus velutina Lam. Black Oak. Synonyms: Q. tincforia Michx. A deciduous tree 70, 80, or more ft high; young shoots at first covered with brownish starry down; buds very downy, 1 ⁄ 4 to 1 ⁄ 2 in. long. Leaves oval or obovate, 5 to 12 in. long, half to two-thirds as wide; more or less deeply five- or seven-lobed; the lobes ovate or triangular, toothed or nearly entire; upper surface dark.

Oak, Black 1-0 (Quercus velutina) Zone 3-9 Full sun Black oak reaches a mature size of 50 to 80 feet in height and 1 to 2½ feet in diameter. It is commonly found in dry woods and along ridges, but grows best on rich, well-drained soils. The wood is hard, heavy, strong, coarsegrained and red-brown with a thin outer edge of paler sapwood Quercus velutina is an American species whose shape resembles Q. rubra. It is a large tree with a good upright trunk up to around 30 m tall. The bark is dark grey, remaining smooth for a long time but eventually develops shallow grooves. The inner bark is strikingly orange-yellow. A yellow pigment used to be extracted from it Quercus velutina is a perennial woody deciduous member of the Quercus genus in the family Fagaceae Quercus velutina var. missouriensis Quercus velutina Lamarck, var. missouriensis Sargent, Man. Trees 239. 1905. MISSOURI/ARKANSAS + Expand All - Collapse Specimens and Distribution. This species has been reported in the following counties by the herbaria listed. An overview of the individual specimens are provided in the table that follows

Quercus velutina at the University of Connecticut Plant Database. Quercus velutina on CalPhotos. Quercus velutina at the USDA Forest Service's Silvics of North America site. Quercus velutina at the Vanderbilt University Bioimages web site. Quercus velutina on Plants for a Future, a resource and information centre for edible and otherwise useful. Very rare oak tree, Quercus velutina 'Oakridge Walker' has exciting large, deeply cut, bright green leaves and was first selected in Sangamon County, Illinois. In autumn the leaves turn good shades of bronze-red in autumn before falling. Quercus velutina 'Oakridge Walker' grows to be a superb foliage tree

Quercus velutina in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Accessed: 07-Oct-06. Accessed: 07-Oct-06. Vernacular names [ edit Rostlina: dub sametový * Quercus velutina Lam. * Syn: Quercus velutina var. missouriensis - strom listnatý, tvar široce rozložitý, listy střídavé Bohužel se nám nepodařilo najít produkt quercus velutina.Máme pro Vás však několik tipů: Zkuste se podívat, zda nemáte v hledaném slově překlepy; Pokud zadáváte celý název a nejste si jisti, zkuste například místo Olympus E-410 Double Zoom zadat pouze E-41 Herbář rostlin planých i zahradních. Dub barvířský (Quercus tinctoria Willd.) shoduje se celkem s našimi duby: křemelákem a drnákem, má však úkrojky vejčitě podlouhlých, na rubu pýřitých listů po kraji vykrojeny v několik štětinato-hrotnatých zubů, květy prašníkové pouze o 4 tyčinkách a žaludy drobné, kulovaté, shora více méně sploštělé

Quercus velutina (black oak): Go Botan

Plants Profile for Quercus velutina (black oak

  1. More information at the Woody Plants Database website: http://woodyplants.cals.cornell.edu/plant/view?id=210 Urban Horticulture Institute, Horticulture Secti..
  2. Black Oak (Quercus velutina) Northern Red Oak ( Quercus rubra ) A large tree and one of the major components of the forests of eastern North America, the northern red oak has a wider range than its name may suggest, extending quite far into the deep south, but also covering a large portion of the northeastern U.S. and into Canada
  3. This tree is mildly resistant to damage by deer. The wildlife value is high. The acorns are eaten by woodpeckers, blue jays, small mammals, wild turkeys, white-tailed deer, and black bears. Oak trees support a wide variety of Lepidopteran

black oak Fagaceae Quercus velutina Lam. symbol: QUVE Leaf: Alternate, simple, 4 to 10 inches long, obovate or ovate in shape with 5 (mostly) to 7 bristle-tipped lobes; leaf shape is variable, with sun leaves having deep sinuses and shade leaves having very shallow sinuses, lustrous shiny green above, paler with a scruffy pubescence and axillary tufts below Oak, Quercus Go to results page. Black oak, Quercus velutina Go to results page; Bur oak, Quercus macrocarpa Go to results page; Chestnut oak, Quercus montana; Chinquapin oak, Quercus muehlenbergii Go to results page; Dwarf chestnut oak, Quercus prinoides Go to results page; Hill's oak, Quercus ellipsoidalis; Pin oak, Quercus palustris Go to. The black oak, Quercus velutina, is also known as yellow oak, yellowbark oak, and smoothbark oak.It is a common and easily identified tree in the red oak group of oaks. The tree's scientific name, velutina, is a reference to the velvety texture of fine hairs that are on the tree's leaf undersides, on the winter buds, and on the leaf stalks (petioles)

Quercus velutina - US Forest Servic

Quercus velutina Black Oak Fagaceae. Expand. Habitat. native to eastern and central United States; zone 3; Habit and Form. a medium-sized, deciduous tree; 50 to 60' tall; irregular spread ; pyramidal when young; medium texture; moderate growth rate ; Summer Foliage. alternate leaf arrangement Quercus velutina, the eastern black oak or more commonly known as simply black oak, is an oak in the red oak (Quercus sect. Lobatae) group of oaks.It is native to eastern North America from southern Ontario south to northern Florida and southern Maine west to northeastern Texas.It is a common tree in the Indiana Dunes and other sandy dunal ecosystems along the southern shores of Lake Michigan Family: Fagaceae: Species: Quercus velutina Lam.: Common Name: black oak: Habitat: Dry to mesic forests. Prefers two main habitats: dry ridges and upper slopes sometimes with Q. coccinea; and deep slightly acidic often sandy mesic soils on mid to lower slopes

Black Oak (Quercus velutina) - Illinois Wildflower

Rostlina: Quercus velutina Lam. * dub sametový * Syn: Quercus velutina var. missouriensis - strom listnatý, tvar široce rozložitý, listy střídavé Quercus velutina Lam. Common Name: BLACK OAK: Coefficient of Conservatism: 6 Coefficient of Wetness: 5 Wetness Index: UPL Physiognomy: Nt Tree. R. Schipper. All Images Enlarge Image. Usually in dry sandy forests with other oaks and hickory or (in cutover areas) red maple and large-tooth aspen Find the perfect Quercus Velutina stock photos and editorial news pictures from Getty Images. Select from premium Quercus Velutina of the highest quality

Quercus velutina (lat. Quercus velutina) — fıstıqkimilər fəsiləsinin palıd cinsinə aid bitki növü.. Sinonim. Quercus coccinea var. nigrescens A.DC. ; Quercus coccinea var. tinctoria (Bartram) A.DC. ; Quercus discolor Aiton; Quercus leiodermis Ashe; Quercus magnifica Dippel [Invalid]; Quercus missouriensis Ashe. Quercus rubra var. tinctoria (Bartram) Kuntz Quercus velutina Kingdom Plantae Class Magnoliopsida Order Fagales Family Fagaceae Genus Quercus Specific Epithet velutina Taxon Rank species. Collection Locality; Collection Access; 979729 images/descriptions are openly available. Rights/Permissions Quercus velutina Lam. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Quercus (family Fagaceae ). The record derives from WCSP (data supplied on 2012-03-23 ) which reports it as an accepted name (record 175672 ) with original publication details: Encycl. 1: 721 1785 Quercus velutina and over 1000 other quality seeds for sale. Call us at 1 315 4971058. In the northern part of its range, black oak is a relatively small tree, reaching a height of 2025 m 6580 ft and a diameter of 90 cm 35 in, but it grows larger in the south and center of its range, where heights of up to 42 m 140 ft are known. Black oak is well known to readily hybridize with other member Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties. However, it is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory purposes. While every effort has been made to provide the most reliable and up-to-date information available, ultimate legal requirements with respect to species are contained in.

Close up of Black Oak branch leaves and acorn (Quercus

Dub sametový - Wikipedi

Fotografie: quercus velutina; Dub sametový (Quercus velutina); Dub sametový - větévka s pupeny (Quercus velutina); Dub sametový Albertsii - podzimn Quercus velutina. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Quercus velutina Quercus velutina f. angulosa (Michx.) Trel. Quercus velutina f. dilaniata Trel. Quercus velutina f. magnifica (Dippel) Trel. Quercus velutina f. missouriensis (Ashe) Trel. Quercus velutina f. nobilis (Dippel) Trel. Quercus velutina f. obovata Trel. Quercus velutina f. pagodiformis Trel

Quercus velutina (dub sametový) BioLib

  1. Media in category Quercus velutina The following 76 files are in this category, out of 76 total. Annals of the Carnegie Museum (1908-1909) (17790645794).jpg 2,608 × 1,614; 1.27 M
  2. C. Ulloa et al. (2017): An integrated assessment of the vascular plant species of the Americas, Science. 358. 1614-1617 [jako Quercus velutina Lam.] Datum citace: 19. září 201
  3. Quercus velutina Taxonomy ID: 500452 (for references in articles please use NCBI:txid500452) current nam
  4. Quercus velutina. ID - 70126. Symbol Key - QUVE. Common Name - black oak.
  5. Quercus velutina, the eastern black oak or more commonly known as simply black oak, is an oak in the red oak (Quercus sect. Lobatae) group of oaks.It is widespread in eastern and central North America, found in all the coastal states from Maine to Texas, inland as far as Ontario, Minnesota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, and eastern Texas.. Quercus velutina was previously known as yellow oak due.
  6. Number of matches: 12 Query: SELECT * FROM img WHERE ready=1 and taxon = Quercus velutina ORDER BY taxon Click on the thumbnail to see an enlargemen
  7. Global Biodiversity Information Facility. Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data
Trees of Wisconsin: Quercus velutina, black oak

Quercus velutina - Species Page - ISB: Atlas of Florida Plant

QUERCUS VELUTINA Lam

Plant: Black Oak * Quercus velutina Lam. - Eastern Black Oak * Syn: Quercus velutina var. missouriensis - deciduous tree, broadly squarrose form, alternat Louisiana Plant ID | Quercus velutina (black oak) FAMILY: FAGACEAE. ALTERNATE COMMON NAME: yellowbark oak. LEAVES: alternate, simple; 5-8 inches, 5-7 lobes; shiny green above, coppery green below with some pubescence, prominent axillary tufts; dimorphic Species Distribution Map. This species has been reported in the counties highlighted in the interactive distribution map below. Click on a county to display the its name. Click t Quercus velutina, the eastern black oak or more commonly known as simply black oak, is a species in the red oak (Quercus sect. Lobatae, the eastern black oak or more commonly known as simply black oak, is a species in the red oak (Quercus sect. Lobata Quercus is old Latin for the name of a specific European oak. Velutina is Latin for velvety, referring to its winter buds. Oak is the Anglo-Saxon word for oak tree. Prepared by: Barbara Lukacs Grob April 200

General information about Quercus velutina (QUEVE) Name Language; black oak: English: black oak: English (US) dyer's oak: English: eastern black oa Refer to this permanent identifier for the image: http://bioimages.vanderbilt.edu/baskauf/12429 Use this URL as a stable link to this image page: http://bioimages.

Chêne noir | ArboquebeciumQuercus alba

ID 70126 Symbol Key QUVE Common Name black oak Family Fagaceae Category Dicot Division Magnoliophyta US Nativity Native to U.S. US/NA Plant Yes State Distribution AL. Quercus velutina. Shape and Distribution. Black oak is a large tree with a massive trunk of up to 3 1/2 feet in diameter. The crown is spreading, rounded or oblong, and often irregular. Black oak grows on a wide variety of upland sites from mesic to dry

Black Oak, Quercus velutina Lam

  1. al buds ovoid or ellipsoid to subconic, 6-12 mm, noticeably 5-angled in cross section, tawny- or gray-pubescent.Leaves: petiole 25-70 mm, glabrous to sparsely pubescent
  2. Quercus velutina (black oak) is a slow growing, medium sized, upright deciduous tree with a broad irregular canopy of shiny green foliage with sharply pointed lobes. In fall the leaves turn yellow before falling. Green male and female inflorescences bloom in late spring yielding small, sometimes striped, nuts with bowl shaped caps
  3. The Indiana Plants Atlas is a source of data for the distribution of plants within the state as well as taxonomic, conservation, invasive, and wetland information for each species. The website also provides access to a database and images of plants photos and herbarium specimens found at participating herbaria
  4. ea. Quercus virginiana. Quercus X wagneri. Quercus X walteriana. Quercus welshii. Quercus X willdenowiana. Quercus wislizeni. Last updated 12/15/2014..
  5. Quercus velutina Black oak Four to six inch yellow-green male catkins are borne on the previous season's stem growth. The female flowers are greenish and insignificant. Like other oaks, the flowers are monoecious
  6. Quercus velutina 161; Quercus alba 76; trees 57; Quercus rubra 42; forests 37; more Subject.
  7. Half-sib seedlings of black cherry (Prunus serotina Ehrh.), red maple (Acer rubrum L.), northern red oak (Quercus rubra L.) and black oak (Q. velutina Lam.) were grown for two years under shade-cloth tents. Eight shade treatments (94, 70, 57, 45, 37, 27, 20 and 8% of full sunlight) with three replications each were used

Quercus velutina - Bluebell Arboretum & Nurser

The Appalachian oak-pine forest has a tree canopy of one or more oak species, primarily black oak, white oak, and red oak (Quercus velutina, Quercus alba, and Quercus rubra); these are mixed with pitch pine and some white pine, and a shrub layer dominated by heath shrubs, typically blueberries and black huckleberry. Albany Pine Bush-Wikipedi Quercus velutina f. angulosa (Michx.) Trel. Quercus velutina f. dilaniata Trel. Quercus velutina var. macrophylla (Dippel) Trel. Quercus velutina f. magnifica (Dippel) Trel. Quercus velutina var. missouriensis (Ashe) Sarg. Quercus velutina f. missouriensis (Ashe) Trel. Quercus velutina f. nobilis (Dippel) Trel. Quercus velutina f. obovata Trel. Quercus velutina (lat. Quercus velutina) - fıstıqkimilər fəsiləsinin palıd cinsinə aid bitki növü. Sinonim. Quercus coccinea var. nigrescens A.DC. Quercus coccinea var. tinctoria (Bartram) A.DC. Quercus discolor Aiton Quercus leiodermis Ashe Quercus magnifica Dippel [Invalid] Quercus missouriensis Ash Quercus velutina Black oak Variable in its quality, the fall color ranges from red to orange-red or bronzy red. Although potentially quite good, the color is not consistently as good as some of the other native oaks Quercus velutina Lam., Encycl. [J. Lamarck & al.] 1(2): 721 (1785). BHL POWO . Contact us about this record. IPNI Life Sciences Identifier (LSID) urn:lsid:ipni.org:names:296899-1 Publication Encyclopedie Methodique. Botanique Paris Collation 1(2): 721 Date of Publication 1 Aug 178

Dictionary entry overview: What does Quercus velutina mean? • QUERCUS VELUTINA (noun) The noun QUERCUS VELUTINA has 1 sense:. 1. medium to large deciduous timber tree of the eastern United States and southeastern Canada having dark outer bark and yellow inner bark used for tanning; broad five-lobed leaves are bristle-tipped Familiarity information: QUERCUS VELUTINA used as a noun is very rare Quercus velutina Lamarck. Quercus velutina Lamarck is an accepted species name sensu FNA Ed. Comm., 1997. Hybrid parent of. Quercus ×hawkinsii Sudworth. Quercus ×palaeolithicola Trelease. Vernacular names. chêne des teinturiers Grandtner, 2005; chêne noir Darbyshire et al., 2000; black oak Farrar, 1996; yellow-barked oak Scoggan, 1978-79. Browse 128 quercus velutina stock photos and images available, or search for quercus palustris or quercus alba to find more great stock photos and pictures. Explore {{searchView.params.phrase}} by color famil Quercus velutina Common name: Black Oak . Native plant . Black Oak tends to be found on well-drained sites such as sand or gravel. The leaves are very similar to Red Oak. Fall color can be red but usually is a tan-brown. Leaves do not persist through winter. Ultimate size is slightly smaller than Red Oak in the Chicago region

Quercus velutina (black oak) - CABI

Etymology: Quercus: Latin for oak Plants: perennial, deciduous tree to 80' tall; dark brown to black, deeply furrowed bark often with ridges broken into uneven blocks, inner bark yellow or orange Leaves: oval to obovate in outline on a long stalk, unequal base blunt to slightly pointed, edges with 5-9 deep lobes and 15-50 sharp points; underside pale green, upper side shiny, dark gree Quercus velutina: Author: Lam. 1785 Encycl. 1: 721: Synonyms: coccinea var. tinctoria (W.Bartram) A.DC 1864 discolor Aiton 1789 missouriensis Ashe 1917 magnifica Dippel 189 Synonyms for Quercus velutina in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for Quercus velutina. 4 synonyms for Quercus velutina: black oak, quercitron oak, yellow oak, quercitron. What are synonyms for Quercus velutina Northern red oak and chestnut oak (Quercus montana Willd.) maintain higher growth rates at low light than do black oak (Quercus velutina Lam.) and white oak (Quercus alba L.) (Gottschalk 1994.

Quercus Velutina - an overview ScienceDirect Topic

Quercus velutina - Trees and Shrubs Onlin

Help identify a tree in Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NYBlack Oak, Quercus velutina LamFive for Sunday(?!)… Oaks – ordinary… mostly
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