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Quercus auricoma

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Quercus auricoma[2] is the accepted name of a tree species in the Asian sub-genus of 'ring-cupped oaks' and the family Fagaceae; there are no known subspecies.[3][4]

This oak tree grows up to 30 m. tall and has orange-brown twigs. Leaves can be as much as 120 mm long;[5][6] the acorns are "hemispherical".[7] This species has been recorded from southern China (Guangdong, Guangxi, Hunan: a.k.a. Cyclobalanopsis hui[5]) and Vietnam (in the Bạch Mã area): where it may be called sồi tóc vàng.[7]

References

  1. ^ The Plant List: Quercus auricoma
  2. ^ A.Camus, 1935 In: Chênes , Atlas 2: 122
  3. ^ Roskov Y.; Kunze T.; Orrell T.; Abucay L.; Paglinawan L.; Culham A.; Bailly N.; Kirk P.; Bourgoin T.; Baillargeon G.; Decock W.; De Wever A. (2014). Didžiulis V. (ed.). "Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life: 2014 Annual Checklist". Species 2000: Reading, UK. Retrieved 26 May 2014.
  4. ^ WCSP: World Checklist of Selected Plant Families
  5. ^ a b Flora of China, Cyclobalanopsis hui (Chun) Chun ex Y. C. Hsu & H. W. Jen, 1993. 雷公青冈 lei gong qing gang
  6. ^ Chun, Woon Young 1928. Journal of the Arnold Arboretum 9(2–3): 126–127 parallel descriptions in English + Latin, commentary in English
  7. ^ a b Phạm Hoàng Hộ (2003) Cây Cỏ Việt Nam: an Illustrated Flora of Vietnam vol. II publ. Nhà Xuẩt Bản Trẻ, HCMC, VN

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Quercus auricoma: Brief Summary

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Quercus auricoma is the accepted name of a tree species in the Asian sub-genus of 'ring-cupped oaks' and the family Fagaceae; there are no known subspecies.

This oak tree grows up to 30 m. tall and has orange-brown twigs. Leaves can be as much as 120 mm long; the acorns are "hemispherical". This species has been recorded from southern China (Guangdong, Guangxi, Hunan: a.k.a. Cyclobalanopsis hui) and Vietnam (in the Bạch Mã area): where it may be called sồi tóc vàng.

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Quercus hui

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Quercus auricoma[2] is the accepted name of a tree species in the Asian sub-genus of 'ring-cupped oaks' and the family Fagaceae; there are no known subspecies.[3][4]

This oak tree grows up to 30 m. tall and has orange-brown twigs. Leaves can be as much as 120 mm long;[5][6] the acorns are "hemispherical".[7] This species has been recorded from southern China (Guangdong, Guangxi, Hunan: a.k.a. Cyclobalanopsis hui[5]) and Vietnam (in the Bạch Mã area): where it may be called sồi tóc vàng.[7]

References

  1. ^ The Plant List: Quercus auricoma
  2. ^ A.Camus, 1935 In: Chênes , Atlas 2: 122
  3. ^ Roskov Y.; Kunze T.; Orrell T.; Abucay L.; Paglinawan L.; Culham A.; Bailly N.; Kirk P.; Bourgoin T.; Baillargeon G.; Decock W.; De Wever A. (2014). Didžiulis V. (ed.). "Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life: 2014 Annual Checklist". Species 2000: Reading, UK. Retrieved 26 May 2014.
  4. ^ WCSP: World Checklist of Selected Plant Families
  5. ^ a b Flora of China, Cyclobalanopsis hui (Chun) Chun ex Y. C. Hsu & H. W. Jen, 1993. 雷公青冈 lei gong qing gang
  6. ^ Chun, Woon Young 1928. Journal of the Arnold Arboretum 9(2–3): 126–127 parallel descriptions in English + Latin, commentary in English
  7. ^ a b Phạm Hoàng Hộ (2003) Cây Cỏ Việt Nam: an Illustrated Flora of Vietnam vol. II publ. Nhà Xuẩt Bản Trẻ, HCMC, VN

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Quercus hui: Brief Summary

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Quercus auricoma is the accepted name of a tree species in the Asian sub-genus of 'ring-cupped oaks' and the family Fagaceae; there are no known subspecies.

This oak tree grows up to 30 m. tall and has orange-brown twigs. Leaves can be as much as 120 mm long; the acorns are "hemispherical". This species has been recorded from southern China (Guangdong, Guangxi, Hunan: a.k.a. Cyclobalanopsis hui) and Vietnam (in the Bạch Mã area): where it may be called sồi tóc vàng.

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