An individual instance of
(swamp white oak)
Permanent unique identifier for this particular organism:
Load database and switch to thumbnail view
Use this stable URL to link to this page:
This particular organism is believed to have
means of establishment
This organismal entity has the scope:
Very large tree briefly survived the building of the truck stop, but eventually died or was cut down between 1994 and about 2005.
common name: swamp white oak
Behind truck stop east of Luyben Hills Rd. near I-40, Kingston Springs, Cheatham County, Tennessee, US
Click on these geocoordinates to load a map showing the location:
Coordinate uncertainty about: 100 m.
Location determined from Google maps.
Occurrences were recorded for this particular organism on the following dates:
Fruit is part of specimen #204 collected Steve Baskauf.
The following images document this particular organism.
Click on a thumbnail to view the image and its metadata.
Load database and enable navigation by taxon and organism.
fruit - lateral or general close-up
Metadata last modified:
RDF formatted metadata for this organism