Vascular Plants of Henry W. Coe State Park, published by Mindbird Maps & Books

Quercus lobata
Valley Oak; California White Oak; Roble

A member of the Fagaceae, or Beech Family


Habit, with foliage turning.

Along Tie-Down Trail.  Burra Burra Peak at left horizon.

27 November 1992.

Photograph © Lee Dittmann.




Habit.
A well-loved specimen along the east end of the Corral Trail.

13 October 2002.

Photograph © Gena Zolotar.
Used with permission.




Immature fruit with foliage.

13 October 2002.

Photograph © Gena Zolotar.
Used with permission.




Young leaves and flower buds.

Manzanita Point.

May 1975.

Photo copyright © by Dave Hildebrand.
Used with permission.



Habit.

Immediately behind the oak you can see the bare branches
of a California sycamore (Platanus racemosa).

Along the East Fork Coyote Creek east of the Narrows.

2 May 1978.

Photograph © Lee Dittmann.




Trunk and lower branches.

On flat near Jackson Trail at ca. 1460 ft. elevation,
about 1/4 mile east of Woodchopper Spring.

5 December 1991.

Photograph © Lee Dittmann.




Trunk and branch pattern.

Springs Trail, Pine Ridge.

19 October 2002.

Photograph © Gena Zolotar.
Used with permission.





The above image by Teresa Miller of a Valley Oak supporting Oak Mistletoe is shown
enlarged on the Phoradendron villosum page.



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