What trophic level are oak trees in?
Oak trees are primary producers, thus they make up the first trophic level and would be found alongside other primary producers.
Oak trees are primary producers, thus they make up the first trophic level and would be found alongside other primary producers. There are hundreds of species of oaks and they are found throughout the globe. The exact species that will be found in the same trophic level as an oak tree will depend on the exact location of the oak.
Other species within the same trophic level as The Mexican Blue Oak, which is found between 1300-1800 meters in Mexico, southeastern Arizona, and southwestern Mexico, include species of juniper trees and species of pinyon trees.
The Mongolian Oak is found between 200-2500 meters in northern and Eastern China as well as in Japan. Other species that may be found with Mongolian Oaks and that are of the same trophic level include the Manchurian Ash, the Amur Cork Tree, and Amur Maackia.