Definition of Bluejack oak
1. Noun. Small semi-evergreen shrubby tree of southeastern United States having hairy young branchlets and leaves narrowing to a slender bristly point.
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Literary usage of Bluejack oak
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1. Proceedings for the Eight Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference by M. Boya Edwards (2001)
"and bluejack oak (Q. incana Bartr.) are common and widely distributed oak species in the Atlantic Coastal Plain of Florida and Georgia (Schmidt et al. ..."
2. Building Construction and Superintendence by Frank Eugene Kidder (1915)
"bluejack oak (Quercus brevifolia). North Carolina and into Florida and Texas. Color, light brown, tinged with red. Wood, hard, strong, close- grained. ..."
3. North and South: notes on the natural history of a winter home by Stanton Davis Kirkham (1913)
"They appear to belong to no known species, but suggest the bluejack oak of Sargent, Q. brevi- folia, in everything but size. ..."
4. Annual Report of the Geological Survey of Texas by Geological Survey of Texas (1891)
"... of the different classes of oak—red, white, blackjack, post, and pin oak, with a quantity of bluejack oak on the sand hills; pine, hickory, walnut, ash, ..."