Mohr Oak - Quercus mohriana
Primarily a tree of west-central Texas, but also found in New Mexico, Mohr Oak is often shrubby but can reach a height of over 60 feet as a single-trunked tree. This oak grows on limestone, up to elevations of 8,000 feet. The crown is rounded, and the bark is furrowed and gray-brown. The evergreen leaves are up to 4 inches long and widest near the middle, with a few coarse teeth; dark green above they are hairy beneath. The acorns mature in a season and are valuable forage for rodents and birds; they are up to an inch long and cylindrical.