Perhaps in total quantity it exceeds red oak (quercus rubra) in the whole United States.
"I suppose he is telling them that it is some kind of a 'quercus,'" said Agamemnon, thoughtfully.
Again, take the still hardier and more numerous branches of the quercus or oak family.
Excrescences on quercus infectoria caused by the puncture and deposited ova of Diplolepis Gall tinctori.
This bread is made from the fruit of the quercus ballota, which is often nearly three inches long.
The Oak (quercus robur, &c.) is pre-eminently a British tree.
Oak bark, from quercus robur, is the ancient tanning material of Britain, and is still used to a limited extent.
It consists usually of a surname and a descriptive adjective: Mary Jones, white oak, quercus alba.
The little shrub-like oak (quercus chincapin) grows in abundance on the hills that border this stream.
Quercitron is the inner bark of a species of oak (quercus tinctoria) found in the United States.