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Plaque Dedications

price: $1500

To dedicate/donate contact Suzanne Ullensvang:

sullensvang@ucdavis.edu / (530)752-8324

Mosaic Oak Tree Plaque Dedications

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gray oak

About

scientific name: Quercus grisea

common name: gray oak

Plaque description

Male gypsy moths are brown; females are white with brown stripes. Gypsy moths were introduced to North America from Eurasia, and they now feed on several of our oaks. The student who created this plaque did not identify the woodpecker.

Plaque artist

Zesina Chang

Tree height

8 meters

Native range

western Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, and western Mexico south to Jalisco

Year received

1963

Acorn source

27.3 Miles Sw. of Silver City, New Mexico. 6000 ft. Acorns collected by David Cavagnaro on field expedition for Dr. J. M. Tucker, Botany Department, UC Davis.

Plaque Location

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B6 map