Leaf Identification

The leaves of the Chinkapin Oak are narrowly oblong with “toothed” lobes. They are a dark green and turn yellow in the fall.

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Twig and Bud Identification

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Bark Identification

The Chinkapin Oak has rough, grayish-tan bark that is unusually flaky. it is also fissured and broken into squares.

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Fruit Identification

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Flower Identification

The flowers of the Chinkapin Oak are green and red. The males have 1″ and 2″ long catkins, and the females are clustered.

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