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TOPIC: The Forests/Trees and Woodlands of Suffolk


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The Forests/Trees and Woodlands of Suffolk


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John, the oak you picture is more likely to be a Sessile Oak, also known as Durmast Oak. The difference is easy to spot later on in the year, as a Turkey Oak will have hairy acorn cups.

Chris

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Thanks Chris, we saw two together on the right of Lemons Hill Bridge looking towards Tattingstone, the leaves [elongated] intrigued me 

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John, sorry that my two posts to date have been perhaps negative, this has not been intentional, but I do like to correct when I can. Thanks for a fantastic website, I visit everyday and am in awe of your pictures.
Thanks again,
Chris



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Thanks for your comments Chris, I just love Suffolk, I haven't found anything better [yet]

Please feel free to correct any errors, there are so many subjects that we can't be right all the time, I/we are really spoilt for choice, its all around us but sadly I don't get to visit all the places I want to, perhaps one day........

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