[ kwˈɜːkəs stɛlˈɑːtə], [ kwˈɜːkəs stɛlˈɑːtə], [ k_w_ˈɜː_k_ə_s s_t_ɛ_l_ˈɑː_t_ə]
Related words: tree, oak, Quercus, oak tree, oaks, pine tree
How to use "Quercus stellata" in context?
Quercus Stellata, commonly known as the chestnut oak, is a type of oak endemic to the eastern United States. The distribution of the chestnut oak is restricted to the Appalachian Mountains and the New England Mountains. The chestnut oak typically grows in sandy soils, within the Appalachian Mountains it is typically found at elevations of 1,000 to 3,000 feet. The chestnut oak is a fast-growing tree, and can reach a diameter of 30 to 45 feet within a few years. The chestnut oak is a deciduous tree, losing its leaves in the autumn.
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