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Interior Live Oak
Quercus wislizeni


Family: Fagaceae (BEECH, OAK).
Generic common name: OAK.

Zuma/Trancas Canyons: Zuma Ridge Trail, chaparral, April 2012.

Characteristics: Native, Green, Small, Clusters, Simple, Woody, Perennial, Early Spring.
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Acorns require two years to mature, these immature from last year



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