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Discussion in 'Habitat Forum' started by STUMP52, Nov 13, 2014.
What we got?
Here is a good ID source showing bark, leaves and acorns.
In the white oak group, but need to see a leaf, the pic of the whole tree doesn't sow up good enough
Looks like a swamp white oak acorn. They have the extended leg that attaches them to the branch. Most other acorns attach directly to the branch.
Tree pic is too bad to even guess
It's an Overcup oak.
Not an overcup. My guess is swamp white oak but yes we need a leaf to be sure
I just moved to Georgia, and I have several trees on my property that have acorns that look like yours. I was told by a biologist friend of mine that it is a swamp chestnut water oak.----------------R
Acorn looks like micheauxii, but as crappy as the tree image is, the leaves are obviously deeply lobed and thus not a swamp chestnut.
Are you sure the acorn came from that exact tree?
An acorn and an oak tree, you're all welcome.