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  • Quercus incana, Quercus inopina, Quercus kelloggii, Quercus laevis, Quercus laurifolia, Quercus marilandica, Quercus myrtifolia, Quercus nigra, Quercus pagoda
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  • hugeri, Smilax illinoensis, Smilax jamesii, Smilax lasioneura, Smilax laurifolia, Smilax pseudochina, Smilax pulverulenta, Smilax pumila, Smilax rotundifolia
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  • familyFagaceae genusQuercus sectionQuercus sect. Lobatae speciesQuercus laurifolia Michaux Hist. Chênes Amér., no. 10, plate 17. 1801. Kevin C. Nixon Common
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  • LAYOUT:treatment:TUOYAL familySmilacaceae genusSmilax speciesSmilax laurifolia Linnaeus Sp. Pl. 2: 1030. 1753. Walter C. Holmes Common names: Bamboo vine blaspheme
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  • sympatric Q. laurifolia (W. H. Duncan and M. B. Duncan 1988). Most authors have treated Quercus hemisphaerica as synonymous with Q. laurifolia. M. L. Fernald
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  • Fagaceae Quercus gravesii Quercus hemisphaerica Quercus tardifolia Quercus laurifolia Quercus robusta Quercus phellos Quercus incana John Myers John Myers John
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  • subsp. californica Guy L. Nesom, John O. Sawyer† Endemic Synonyms: Rhamnus laurifolia Nuttall Treatment appears in FNA Volume 12. Treatment on page 54. Mentioned
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  • mostly staminate plants propagated from cuttings. Stem extracts of Garrya laurifolia Bentham are toxic but are used as an antidiarrhetic throughout rural Mexico
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  • Fagaceae Quercus gravesii Quercus hemisphaerica Quercus tardifolia Quercus laurifolia Quercus robusta Quercus phellos Quercus incana John Myers John Myers John
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  • willow Endemic Synonyms: Salix amplifolia Coville Salix hookeriana var. laurifolia J. K. Henry Salix hookeriana var. tomentosa J. K. Henry ex C. K. Schneider
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  • ×subintegra (Engelmann) Trelease], Q. hemisphaerica (D. M. Hunt 1989), Q. laurifolia (= Q. ×atlantica Ashe), Q. laevis (= Q. ×asheana Little), Q. marilandica
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  • evidence of hybridization also with Q. hemisphaerica, Q. imbricaria, Q. laurifolia, and Q. pumila. None. None. window.propertiesFromHigherTaxa=[{"rank":"section"
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  • (= Q. ×caesariensis Moldenke), Q. imbricaria, Q. incana, Q. laevis, Q. laurifolia (= Q. ×beaumontiana Sargent), and Q. marilandica (E. J. Palmer 1948);
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  • cultivated for their edible fruits, including Passiflora edulis Sims, P. laurifolia Linnaeus, P. quadrangularis Linnaeus, P. tarminiana, P. tripartita (Jussieu)
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  • cultivated, introduced, intersectional hybrid between two Eurasian species, P. laurifolia Ledebour (sect. Tacamahaca) and P. nigra Linnaeus (sect. Aigeiros). It
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  • evidence of hybridization with Q. arkansana, Q. hemisphaerica, Q. inopina, Q. laurifolia, Q. marilandica, Q. nigra, and Q. pumila (Hunt suggested that the last
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  • hybridization also with Q. arkansana, Q. georgiana, Q. hemisphaerica, Q. laurifolia, Q. myrtifolia, Q. palustris, Q. rubra, and Q. texana. None. None. window
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  • hemisphaerica, Q. imbricaria (= Q. ×egglestoni Trelease), Q. laevis, Q. laurifolia, Q. marilandica, Q. nigra, Q. palustris (= Q. ×mutabilis E. J. Palmer
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  • hybridization also with Q. arkansana, Q. hemisphaerica, Q. laevis, Q. laurifolia, Q. myrtifolia, Q. palustris, and Q. rubra. The Choctaw used Quercus marilandica
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  • Trelease), Q. imbricaria (= Q. ×leana Nuttall), Q. incana, Q. laevis, and Q. laurifolia (= Q. ×cocksii Sargent, although E. J. Palmer [1948] challenged the validity
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