Southern Oak ( Latin Quércus austrína ) - a tree ; species of the genus Oak of the Beech family ( Fagaceae ).
|International scientific name|
Quercus austrina Small , 1903
Quercus durandii var. austrina (Small) EJPalmer
In vivo grows in southwestern North America in coastal areas. Prefers moist places, along the banks of the rivers.
It can reach a height of 14-18 meters, and in width grows up to 11-15 meters. The leaves are narrow, with small rounded lobes.
- For the conventionality of specifying the class of dicotyledons as a superior taxon for the plant group described in this article, see the APG Systems section of the Dicotyledonous article .