Chinquapin Links

Chinquapin Learning 

 Chinquaupin Resources

A great collection of articles, published research, and database archives 

Publications About The Ozark Chinquapin Foundation

Articles from Digital Newspapers and Journals

Ozark chinquapin bur from 2018 seed collection at OCF research plot.  Photo credit: Colton Zirkle

Ants stealing nectar from male catkin.  Photo credit: Colton Zirkle

Herbarium Specimens & Range Occurrences

Ozark Chinquapin Herbarium Specimen Database  -Pictures of specimens from all over the range and also an interactive map! VERY GOOD

Ozark Chinquapin in Alabama–  -Herbarium specimen | Lawrence County

Ozark Chinquapin in Louisiana:  Parishes (Counties): Union and Claiborne, source: Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries

Science & Research

Castanea pumila var. ozarkensis (Ashe) Tucker,
comb. Nov  -Gary E. Tucker, Arkansas Tech University, 1975

Some New or Otherwise Noteworthy Plants of the Arkansas Flora -Tucker, Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science, Vol. 29 [1975]

Land Surveys & Forest Inventory

When reading the articles from this section, hold down the ‘ctrl’ key and press ‘f’ key at the same time. This opens a search dialog box in the top right corner which you can type in “ozark chinquapin” & press ‘Enter’ to locate relevant material about the trees in the document.

Historical & Contemporary Environmental Context For The Saline-Fifteen Site  -summarizes the historical environmental context of the Saline-Fifteen site in Bradley County, Arkansas 

Ozark National Forest (N.F.), Mount Magazine State Park: Final Environmental Impact Statement, Arkansas, 1993

Louisiana Oil and Natural Gas Survey mentioning species occurence   -Louisiana Department of Natural Resources

Presentations

Ozark chinquapin bur from 2018 seed collection at OCF research plot.  Photo credit: Colton Zirkle

10″ DBH tree, 2018 Barry County MO   Photo credit: Colton Zirkle

Additional Links

Species Spotlight: The Ozark Chinquapin”  – 2018,  Michael Gold, University of Missouri Center for Agroforestry

“Ozark Chinquapin Along the Buffalo River”  -by Fred Paillet, page 5 & 6

Ozarks Water Watch at Beaver Lake blog  –scroll to bottom for article for Ozark chinquapin section, www.owwbeaverlake.org

Book References

Rare Plants of the Ozark Plateau … a Field Identification Guide by Beverly J. Roedner, David A. Hamilton, and Keith E. Evans