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Endangered Quercus Species:
Quercus acerifolia
Synonyms:
       Maple-leaved Oak
Quercus arkansana
Synonyms:
       Arkansas Oak
Quercus basaseachicensis
Quercus benthamii
Quercus boyntonii
Synonyms:
       Boynton Sand Post Oak
Quercus brandegeei
Quercus buckleyi
Synonyms:
       Texas Red Oak
Quercus bumelioides
Quercus cedrosensis
Quercus costaricensis
Quercus deliquescens
Quercus devia
Quercus dumosa
Synonyms:
       Coastal Sage Scrub Oak
Quercus engelmannii
Synonyms:
       Engelmann Oak
Quercus flagellifera
Quercus galeanensis
Quercus georgiana
Synonyms:
       Georgia Oak
Quercus germana
Quercus graciliformis
Synonyms:
       Slender Oak
Quercus hinckleyi
Synonyms:
       Hinckley's Oak
Quercus hintonii
Quercus hintoniorum
Quercus macdonaldii
Synonyms:
       Macdonald Oak
Quercus macdougallii
Quercus miquihuanensis
Quercus oglethorpensis
Synonyms:
       Oglethorpe Oak
Quercus purulhana
Quercus rapurahuensis
Quercus skinneri
Quercus subspathulata
Quercus tardifolia
Synonyms:
       Chisos Mountains Oak
Quercus tomentella
Synonyms:
       Island Oak
Quercus uxoris
Quercus vincentensis
Quercus xalapensis



Quercus spp.



Group: Plants

Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Alabama, Arkansas, Belize, California, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Florida, Georgia, Guatemala, Honduras, Louisiana, Mexico, Mississippi, Nicaragua, Oklahoma, Panama, South Carolina, Texas

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