jack oak

NOUN
  1. a common scrubby deciduous tree of central and southeastern United States having dark bark and broad three-lobed (club-shaped) leaves; tends to form dense thickets
  2. small to medium deciduous oak of east central North America; leaves have sharply pointed lobes
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  • Dry upland forests contain blackjack oak, post oak, scarlet oak, pignut hickory, and white oak. Ecoregions of Illinois (EPA)
  • Common hardwoods of the oak-hickory association include scarlet, post, and blackjack oaks (Quercus coccinea, Q. stellata, and Q. marilandica, respectively), and pignut and mockernut hickories (Careya glabra and C. tomentosa). East Central Texas forests
  • Other trees are blackjack oak, post oak, and sassafras.
  • Also fairly common are bluejack oak, netleaf hackberry, honey mesquite, and prickly ash.
  • Some areas within this region have more alkaline soils, such as the Iredell series, formed over diabase, diorite, or gabbro, and may be associated with areas once known as blackjack oak prairies. Ecoregions of North Carolina and South Carolina (EPA)
  • The Wilderness was second-growth country, gullied and full of scrubby chinkapin and blackjack oaks, scraggy pines, hazel, and every kind of thorn - and bramble-bearing bush known to man. The Guns Of The South
  • Common hardwoods of the oak-hickory association include scarlet, post, and blackjack oaks (Quercus coccinea, Q. stellata, and Q. marilandica, respectively), and pignut and mockernut hickories (Careya glabra and C. tomentosa). East Central Texas forests
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