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I take a closer look at that regenerated oak in Saddle Horse Canyon This bushy desert oak shrub in Saddle Horse Canyon seems to have grown back despite being burned in the 2005 brush firesThumbnailsPurple four o'clock flowers poke through a Rhus trilobata bush laden with unripe berries in Saddle Horse CanyonThis bushy desert oak shrub in Saddle Horse Canyon seems to have grown back despite being burned in the 2005 brush firesThumbnailsPurple four o'clock flowers poke through a Rhus trilobata bush laden with unripe berries in Saddle Horse CanyonThis bushy desert oak shrub in Saddle Horse Canyon seems to have grown back despite being burned in the 2005 brush firesThumbnailsPurple four o'clock flowers poke through a Rhus trilobata bush laden with unripe berries in Saddle Horse CanyonThis bushy desert oak shrub in Saddle Horse Canyon seems to have grown back despite being burned in the 2005 brush firesThumbnailsPurple four o'clock flowers poke through a Rhus trilobata bush laden with unripe berries in Saddle Horse CanyonThis bushy desert oak shrub in Saddle Horse Canyon seems to have grown back despite being burned in the 2005 brush firesThumbnailsPurple four o'clock flowers poke through a Rhus trilobata bush laden with unripe berries in Saddle Horse Canyon

I'm guessing this is a turbinella oak.