Leaf of Swamp Oak


Leaves are alternate* and between 4 and 9 inches (10-22 centimeters), glossy above and hairless on both sides. The swamp oak leaf has 4 to 6 pairs of large, rounded, blunt teeth*, which can occasionally be somewhat pointed; sinuses* are very shallow.

Scan created on 11/15/02 by Chris Bersbach.

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