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UT Austin – Native Tree Species

The University of Texas at Austin is a major research university home to more than 48,000 students, 2,700 faculty, 19,000 staff members and 1,900 live oaks. Below is a list of native tree species that occur on campus.

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Quercus polymorphaMexican White Oak
Monterrey Oak
Netleaf white oak
Quercus shumardiiShumard oak
Shumard's oak
Shumard red oak
Southern red oak
Quercus stellataPost oak
Quercus virginianaCoastal live oak
Southern live oak
Live oak
Robinia pseudoacaciaBlack locust
Honey locust
Sabal mexicanaMexican palm
Palma Di Micharos
Rio Grande palmetto
Texas palm
Texas palmetto
Taxodium distichumBald cypress
Baldcypress
Common bald cypress
Southern bald cypress
Deciduous cypress
Taxodium mucronatumMontezuma bald cypress
Montezuma cypress
Mexican cypress
Ahuehuete
Sabino
Ulmus americanaAmerican elm
White elm
Ulmus crassifoliaCedar elm
Fall elm
Olmo
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