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  • heeven by heeven

    The book calls it a "creeping oak" but I've searched and there is no such thing, at least in modern times. Is this a modern-day willow?

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  • harperdrew by harperdrew

    #tree

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  • Mamaganoush by Mamaganoush

    It's an oak tree, but nothing more specific than that. I think "creeping" is descriptive rather than an actual name.

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  • ssgiris by ssgiris moderator

    I think we should use the terms found in the text when entering keywords or common names. Don't try to interpret or correct the text.

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  • ssgiris by ssgiris moderator

    For example, the creeping oak is historic; see http://www.wiltshirewalks.co.uk/tree_desc.html

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  • ssgiris by ssgiris moderator

    and http://www.wiltshirewalks.co.uk/ancient_tree_details.html

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  • trosesandler by trosesandler scientist

    Also add #strutt for Jacob George Strutt an English landscape painter and add him as contributor role=artist

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