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Quercus rex

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Quercus rex is an Asian species of tree in the family Fagaceae and the "ring-cupped oak" sub-genus. It has been found in the seasonal tropical forests of northern Indochina (Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam), northeastern India, and also in the Province of Yunnan in southwestern China.[2]

Quercus rex is a large tree up to 30 m. tall. Twigs are pale brown with a woolly coating of hairs. Leaves can be as much as 270 mm long.[2][3] The acorn is oblate, 25-35 × 35–50 mm, pale greyish-orange and tomentose when young; the apex is rounded to impressed; the scar is 20–25 mm in diameter and depressed. In China, flowering is in April–May, acorns are found from October–November.[2]

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Quercus rex: Brief Summary

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Quercus rex is an Asian species of tree in the family Fagaceae and the "ring-cupped oak" sub-genus. It has been found in the seasonal tropical forests of northern Indochina (Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam), northeastern India, and also in the Province of Yunnan in southwestern China.

Quercus rex is a large tree up to 30 m. tall. Twigs are pale brown with a woolly coating of hairs. Leaves can be as much as 270 mm long. The acorn is oblate, 25-35 × 35–50 mm, pale greyish-orange and tomentose when young; the apex is rounded to impressed; the scar is 20–25 mm in diameter and depressed. In China, flowering is in April–May, acorns are found from October–November.

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