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Quercus (Fagaceae, modern phylogenetic circumscription) - index of taxa
 Quercus acutissima sawtooth oak
 Quercus alba white oak
 Quercus arkansana Arkansas oak
 Quercus asheana  
 Quercus x asheana  
 Quercus austrina bluff oak; Durand oak
 Quercus bicolor  
 Quercus borealis  
 Quercus cerris  
 Quercus chapmanii Chapman oak
 Quercus coccinea  
 Quercus elliottii running oak
 Quercus falcata Southern red oak; Spanish oak
 Quercus geminata sand live oak; scrub live oak
 Quercus glauca ring-cupped oak
 Quercus hemisphaerica  
 Quercus hemispherica  
 Quercus imbricaria  
 Quercus incana bluejack oak
 Quercus inopina Ashe scrub oak; scrub oak
 Quercus laevis turkey oak
 Quercus laurifolia swamp laurel oak; diamond-leaf oak
 Quercus lyrata overcup oak
 Quercus macrocarpa  
 Quercus margaretta sand post oak
 Quercus michauxii basket oak; cow oak; swamp chestnut oak
 Quercus minima dwarf live oak; creeping live oak
 Quercus muehlenbergii  
 Quercus myrsinifolia  
 Quercus myrtifolia myrtle oak
 Quercus nigra water oak
 Quercus nigra x laevis  
 Quercus nigra x velutina  
 Quercus phellos willow oak
 Quercus pumila runner oak; running oak
 Quercus rubra  
 Quercus semicarpifolia  
 Quercus shumardii Shumard oak
 Quercus sinuata  
 Quercus stellata post oak
 Quercus suber  
 Quercus velutina black oak
 Quercus virginiana live oak
 Quercus willdenowiana  

* cataloging indicators: (all*)=all FLAS specimens ; (Florida*)=all Florida specimens; (SE U.S*)=all SE U.S. specimens ; (U.S.*)=all U.S. specimens.
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