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English oak tree (Quercus robur) in field, Lincolnshire, England : Stock Photo
Other common name: Pendunculate Oak. Deciduous tree native to Europe, eastern Russia, southwest Asia and north Africa. Live up to 800 years. Very valuable as a timber resource.

English oak tree (Quercus robur) in field, Lincolnshire, England

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Other common name: Pendunculate Oak. Deciduous tree native to Europe, eastern Russia, southwest Asia and north Africa. Live up to 800 years. Very valuable as a timber resource.
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