Bur oak  (Quercus macrocarpa)

Bur oak is an example of a white oak (group). The leaves are blunt-lobed, lacking bristles at their tips. The buhs too are blunter than those of the red oak group.

Bur oak twigs and a fruiting plant just because.

Oaks have clustered false end buds. The scales are imbricate (shingled). The pith is star-shaped n cross section.

Oak twigs have clustered end buds.