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Scarlet oak is found from southwestern Maine west to New York,  Ohio, southern Michigan, and Indiana; south to southern Illinois,  southeastern Missouri, and central Mississippi; east to southern  Alabama and southwestern Georgia; and north along the western  edge of the Coastal Plain to Virginia.

  -The native range of scarlet oak.


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Paul S. Johnson

Source: Silvics of North America


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