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Allan Taylor
A long-standing member of the IOS and fomer editor of Oak...
Panayoti Kelaidis | Dec 17, 2022
A new study resolves many nomenclatural problems in the...
Carlos Vila-Viçosa | Dec 09, 2022
The team at SDZWA
Christy Powell of the San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance works...
Amy Byrne | Dec 06, 2022

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Quercus macdougallii
A rare oak endemic to the Sierra Juárez in Oaxaca

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A new study sheds light on why some oaks survived a recent multi-year outbreak of an invasive moth
The oak collection includes over 80 taxa
An attempt to settle the matter of this controversial name
Dr. Suresh Subedi, Assistant Professor at Arkansas Tech University, presented an ongoing project that analyzes herbarium specimens of oaks...
A guest article from renowned author Douglas Tallamy describes the key role native oaks play in sustaining biodiversity.
The Morton Arboretum and United States Botanic Garden (USBG) announce a new partnership to advance the conservation of threatened trees in...
The story of how the IOS logo came into being
A natural hybrid between Quercus lyrata (overcup oak) and Q. virginiana (Southern live oak)
First joint meeting of the Global Conservation Consortium for Oak (GCCO) in the Americas
Despite damage, the Lyytikkylä Oak is still the thickest oak in Finland
In Serbian tradition, in almost every village or hamlet there is at least one tree deemed by the inhabitants to be special.
Last March marked the 10 years since the death of Piers Trehane. It seemed a good opportunity to remember him and his contribution to the...