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Look for it in dry or mesic upland forests, less commonly in bottomlands, pine savannas, or upland deressions, where occasionally inundated briefly
Leaves vary in texture, size and shape, sometimes w one or more large teeth, per Woody Plants of the Blue Ridge.
Its bright red leaves are among the most brilliant in the fall forest, per Fall Color & Woodland Harvests.
Leaves pliable, typically widest near middle, the apex typically acuminate, per Weakley's Flora.
Look for it in dry woods, sandhills, disturbed places, floodplain & mesic forests, fencerows
Leaves often have black blemishes on upper surface, per Trees of the Southeastern United States.
Leaves never have teeth, distinguishing them from Nyssa sylvatica, per Weakley's Flora.