Here are two typical leaf specimens from the
oak group, a subgroup of genus (Quercus).
This is a simple (one blade), pinnate (one central vein, the mid-rib, and
smaller branching veins) leaf. Notice how the leaf lobes are bristled,
pointed ends which classify it to the red oaks species.
An outline shape of these leaves in black/white.
Also, compare the major difference between the red
oaks to the white