Arkansas

What is the State Flowers of Arkansas?

The Apple Blossoms or Pyrus coronaria is the state flower of Arkansas. Its scientific name is Pyrus coronaria or Malus coronaria. It belongs to Rosaceae family. Pyrus or Malus is the genus of the Apple Blossoms and its species is P. coronaria. The Arkansas’s state flower Pyrus coronaria is commonly known as apple blossoms or...

What Is The State Tree of Arkansas?

Loblolly Pine is the State Tree of Arkansas. Pinus taeda is the scientific name of Loblolly Pine and it is commonly known as Loblolly Pine. It is also known as Arkansas pine, North Carolina pine, and Oldfield pine. Pinus are the genus of the Loblolly Pine and P. taeda is its species. The Arkansas’s State...

What is the State Mammal of Arkansas?

White-tailed deer is the state Mammal of Arkansas, which scientifically known as Odocoileus virginianus. It is native to the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America, and South America as far south as Peru and Bolivia. It has also been introduced to New Zealand, Cuba, Jamaica, Hispaniola, Puerto Rico, Bahamas, Lesser Antilles, and some countries in...

What is the Arkansas State Bird?

The northern mockingbird is the official state bird of Arkansas. They are medium-sized songbirds with long legs and long tails. The northern mockingbirds are best known for their ability to mimic other birds, animals, and even artificial sounds. The scientific name of the Arkansas state bird, northern mockingbirds, “Mimus” is Latin for the word mimic....