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Leaves are simple, alternate, deciduous, leathery, and variable in shape with bristle-tipped lobes and often with hair underneath. Sun leaves are usually more deeply lobed anx may look like scarlet oak.

Bark is gray-black, darker and blocky at the base, and may show white tracks on the upper stem on larger trees.

Inner bark is yellow-orange whereas the inner bark of similar species, northern red oak and scarlet oak, is dull orange-brown. Buds are angled, light-brown and wooly.

The acorn matures in two seasons. Form is up to 30 m ft in height and 1.

Black oak is found on a variety of sites in the east and central U. Intermediate shade tolerance. The wood is commercially important and used for flooring and cabinets.

Acorns eaten by game birds, deer, bear and many small mammals. Web design by Elizabeth Bowersock and Adam Kelly.

All text and photographs are intended for educational purposes only and uAburn not for commercial use in any form. All photographs are copyrighted by Mike Hogan.

Text is copyrighted by Lisa Samuelson. Comments or suggestions? Email Lisa Samuelson: Breeden Endowment for Faculty Enhancement.

Many of the photographs were taken in Auburn University's Donald D. Davis Arboretum.