subtypes: black, box, chestnut, live, pin, post, red, scrub, shrub, Spanish, swamp white, white
scrub oak prevalent in southern Colorado west of the divide
has plum-like fruit
wood used for posts
bark used in medicines and beverages
usually found in dry, rocky soil
Sourwood (sorrel tree)
Sugar Tree (Sugar Maple)
Swamp white oak
heavy, hard wood used in shipbuilding, furniture, etc.
hard reddish brown wood used for furniture
an American larch having reddish brown bark
small shrub found in the southwest
leaves resemble a live oak with a fine fur-like fuzz on the underside.