Swamp White Oak- Quercus bicolor Beech Family (Fagaceae)

Typically, the swamp white oak is found in swampy areas, lowlands, floodplains, and along streams and lakes.1

The epithet, bicolor, references the twotone or two-colors of the upper and lower surface of the leaves.1

The swamp white oak has less flakier darker bark than the White Oak and a lighter leaf underside.2