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Quercus chevalieri

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Quercus chevalieri is an uncommon species of tree in the family Fagaceae and the "ring-cupped oak" sub-genus. It has been found in Vietnam and also in southern China, in the Provinces of Guangdong, Guangxi, and Yunnan.[2]

Quercus chevalieri is a tree up to 20 m. tall with leaves as much as 110 mm long. The acorn is ovoid to oblong-ellipsoid, 10-15 (sometimes 20) × 6-8 (sometimes 15) mm, glabrous; the scar is approx. 5 mm in diameter.[2][3]

Some authors have misapplied this name to another plant, Cyclobalanopsis augustinii var. nigrinux (H.H. Hu) M. Deng & Z.K. Zhou.[4]

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Quercus chevalieri: Brief Summary

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Quercus chevalieri is an uncommon species of tree in the family Fagaceae and the "ring-cupped oak" sub-genus. It has been found in Vietnam and also in southern China, in the Provinces of Guangdong, Guangxi, and Yunnan.

Quercus chevalieri is a tree up to 20 m. tall with leaves as much as 110 mm long. The acorn is ovoid to oblong-ellipsoid, 10-15 (sometimes 20) × 6-8 (sometimes 15) mm, glabrous; the scar is approx. 5 mm in diameter.

Some authors have misapplied this name to another plant, Cyclobalanopsis augustinii var. nigrinux (H.H. Hu) M. Deng & Z.K. Zhou.

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