Evolution photos Evolution photos « 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 » Resprouting post oak Fossil at Lake Texoma Red oak galls Shelf fungi and symbiosis Mesophication in the cross timbers forest Long-lived tree Primary succession at Indiana Dunes Deciduous forest on Indiana Dunes Basswoods in Indiana Dunes Maple leaves in deciduous forest Honoring the Archaea Resprouting alders on Blue River, Oklahoma Seedlings of rare alder species Killdeer camouflage and behavior Wildflowers in alpine meadow, Mt. Rainier « previous | next » Print Photos | View Full-Size Image Resprouting post oak Many long-lived tree species have the ability to resprout in response to damage. This is a post oak (Quercus stellata, Fagaceae) at Lake Murray State Park in Oklahoma. Photograph by Stanley A. Rice.