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Phylogenetic tree
IOS members Paul Manos (Duke University) and Andrew Hipp (...
Andrew Hipp | Jun 16, 2021
Despite damage, the Lyytikkylä Oak is still the thickest...
Juha Fagerholm | Jun 10, 2021
Quercus cerris champion tree in spring 2016. Photo from Šušić et al. (2016)
In Serbian tradition, in almost every village or hamlet...
Nikola Šušić | Jun 10, 2021

Plant Focus

The Compton oak at Colonial Williamsburg
A natural hybrid between Quercus lyrata (overcup oak) and Q. virginiana (Southern live oak)


IOS members Paul Manos (Duke University) and Andrew Hipp (The Morton Arboretum) have just published a subsectional classification of North American Red and White Oaks
Phylogenetic tree
Posted Wed, 2021-06-16 12:40 in Andrew Hipp's blog
Mat Disney and his team study oaks using a terrestrial laser scanner
Queen Elizabeth Oak at Cowdray Park
Posted Sat, 2021-06-12 13:53 in Roderick Cameron's blog
Stories about oaks in the Netherlands
Posted Fri, 2021-06-11 17:02 in Website Editor's blog
"Ecocide" or eco-friendly?
Posted Sat, 2021-04-10 11:03 in Roderick Cameron's blog
Until recently, the name had been considered unplaced
Posted Fri, 2021-03-26 11:07 in Patrick Vereecke's blog
A video clip by filmmaker Alon Issashar focuses on oak trees in Israel
Posted Sat, 2021-02-20 13:09 in Ezra Barnea's blog
Quercus rotundifolia trees were in full flower two months earlier than usual in southern Portugal
Quercus rotundifolia, phenology
Posted Tue, 2021-02-09 20:00 in Philip Perry's blog
A strange oak name explained
Posted Tue, 2021-02-09 11:48 in Patrick Vereecke's blog
An unusual name based on a river in Turkey has quite a few variants
Quercus dschorochensis
Posted Sat, 2021-02-06 18:45 in Patrick Vereecke's blog
Did you know that Turner's oak occurs in the wild?
Quercus xturneri
Posted Mon, 2020-12-14 13:35 in Charles Snyers's blog
Sometimes when you least expect it, good things happen.
Posted Sun, 2020-12-13 11:08 in Gaurav Verma's blog
Linnaeus wrote in his prologue of Quercus cerris that it "lives in Spain," but the species does not occur naturally there...
Posted Wed, 2020-12-02 15:08 in Patrick Vereecke's blog


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