Scrub oak

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Scrub oak is a common name for six species of small, shrubby oaks. It may refer to:

  • the Chaparral plant community in California, or to one of the following species.

In California[edit]

  • California scrub oak (Quercus berberidifolia), a widespread species commonly referred to as scrub oak
  • Coastal scrub oak (Quercus dumosa), although currently defined in a narrow sense, has been applied to other scrub oaks now considered separate species
Other California species referred to as "scrub oaks"

In the Southwestern United States[edit]

In the Northeastern United States[edit]

In the Southeastern United States[edit]

Europe[edit]

Others[edit]