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overcup oak, overcup-oak, swamp post oak, water white oak, swamp white oak. Image 1 of 8. Quercus lyrata. Photo credit: Larry Allain, U.S. Geological Survey.


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Quercus lyrata, the overcup oak, is an oak in the white oak group. It is native to lowland wetlands in the eastern and south-central United States, in all the coastal states from New Jersey to Texas, inland as far as Oklahoma, Missouri, and.


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It can be used as a shade tree. As most native oak trees, this is a high-value wildlife plant. Insects, Diseases, and Other Plant Problems: Oaks, in general.


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Overcup Oak, Swamp Post Oak, Swamp White Oak, Water White Oak Quercus lyrata. Fagaceae (white oak group). Overcup Oak grows in wet, oxygen-deficient​.


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Quercus similis, the swamp post oak or bottomland post oak, is an oak species native to the southeastern and south-central United States. The greatest.


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Quercus ellipsoidalis northern pin oak ; jack oak ; black oak ; Hill oak Quercus water oak Quercus lyrata overcup oak ; swamp post oak ; swamp white oak.


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It can be used as a shade tree. As most native oak trees, this is a high-value wildlife plant. Insects, Diseases, and Other Plant Problems: Oaks, in general.


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overcup oak, overcup-oak, swamp post oak, water white oak, swamp white oak. Image 1 of 8. Quercus lyrata. Photo credit: Larry Allain, U.S. Geological Survey.


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Quercus ellipsoidalis northern pin oak ; jack oak ; black oak ; Hill oak Quercus water oak Quercus lyrata overcup oak ; swamp post oak ; swamp white oak.


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Swamp Post Oak grows in the following 18 states and provinces: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana.


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Moist forests along streams, wet woods, swamps on the coastal plain, river bottoms, and low grounds that are inundated for extended periods. Leaf Attachment petiolate. Lifespan perennial. Acorns are almost completely encircled by the cap which is thought to facilitate water dispersal. Height meters Milky Sap No. Perhaps the largest amounts go into high-quality flooring, barrels, kegs, and casks. Plants of Louisiana Menu. All of the white oaks are heavy, very hard, and strong. Plant Uses All of the white oaks are heavy, very hard, and strong.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Similar to post oak but the base of the leaf is more acute and narrower than that of Q. Most white oak is made into lumber for flooring, furniture, tight cooperage, millwork, timbers, handles, boxes, and crates. Quercus lyrata. All oaks in the white oak group share just about the same properties and uses. Leaf Margin lobed. Known Parish Occurrences. Leaf Arrangement alternate. Leaf Type simple. Origin native. White on underside of leaves. Wetland Class OBL. The wood is subject to large shrinkage during seasoning, and extra care must be taken to avoid checking and warping. Leaf Retention Deciduous. The heartwood is comparatively decay resistant, more so than that of red oaks. Habitat Moist forests along streams, wet woods, swamps on the coastal plain, river bottoms, and low grounds that are inundated for extended periods. Leaf Shape oblong, obovate. Flower Color green, yellow. Pores of the heartwood are impervious to liquids, making white oak the only successful wood for use as tight cooperage. White oaks are above average in all machining operations except shaping. Leaves resemble Q. Flower Month March - October. Growth Form tree. Field Characters Similar to post oak but the base of the leaf is more acute and narrower than that of Q. It is prized for use of construction of ships and boats. Large amounts of higher grades are used for bourbon barrels. Family Fagaceae. Wetland Coefficient of Conservatism 8.