Quercus rubra, Northern Red Oak
Quercus rubra, Northern Red Oak, bark
Quercus rubra, Northern Red Oak, leaves in early  fall
Quercus rubra, Northern Red Oak, leaf
Quercus rubra L., Northern Red Oak
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Old Live Oak, Quercus virginiana, towers above and is laden with spanish moss
Quercus rubra, Northern Red Oak, is a fast growing, medium
sized, deciduous tree often reaching heights between 60 and
70 feet.  Wake Co. North Carolina
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Quercus rubra has rough, often white streaked, bark when
mature. 
Wake Co. North Carolina
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Northern Red Oak, a deciduous tree, has foliage which turns
yellow in the fall.  Wake Co. North Carolina
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Quercus rubra leaves are many lobed and have a prickle on
each lob tip, making them in the red oak group. 
Wake Co. North Carolina
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