research in geographic range of Quercus lyrata & Picea mariana

Don Staples dstaples at livingston.net
Sun Sep 29 14:43:46 EST 1996


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Little confusion on my end here, Q. lyratta is over cup oak, southern red oak 
is Q. falcatta.  Which one you want?


>I would like to know if you know the goegraphic range of the
>aforementioned trees, common names southern red oak and black spruce.  I
>need to know this to answer key questions in my research.  A mention of
>where the information can be found published would be helpful, also.
>Thanks.
>Matt
>P.S.--if you could email me directly I would greatly appreciate it.




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