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Quercus diversifolia

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Quercus diversifolia is an uncommon North American species of oak native to Mexico. It has been found in the States of Nuevo León, Durango, México, and Puebla.[2]

Quercus diversifolia is a shrub or small tree 10–14 feet (3.0-4.2 meters) tall. Leaves are green on the upper surface, yellow-brown on the underside, with wavy edges.[3][4][5]

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Quercus diversifolia: Brief Summary

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Quercus diversifolia is an uncommon North American species of oak native to Mexico. It has been found in the States of Nuevo León, Durango, México, and Puebla.

Quercus diversifolia is a shrub or small tree 10–14 feet (3.0-4.2 meters) tall. Leaves are green on the upper surface, yellow-brown on the underside, with wavy edges.

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