|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication:||1995|
|Authors:||A. Biagi, Jensen R. J.|
|Journal:||Indiana Academy of Science|
A comprehensive survey of herbarium collections and our own field work provided updated information on the distributions of oak species and hybrids in Indiana. The nineteen species of oak native to Indiana illustrate three basic types of distribution (widespread, northern, and southern) and are shown to have different floristic affinities. The number of hybirds reported for Indiana is increased from twelve to eighteen . A key to the species is provided.