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Quercus acutifolia

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Quercus acutifolia is a Mexican species of oak tree in the family beech family. It is native to central and southern Mexico and northern Central America, from Nayarit south as far as Belize and Guatemala.[3][4]

Quercus acutifolia is a deciduous tree up to 12 meters tall with a trunk as much as 30 cm in diameter. Leaves are stiff and leathery, rigid, narrowly elliptical, up to 16 cm long, dark green on the top and lighter green underneath, with 8–14 bristly teeth on each side.[3] It retains its leaves until winter and can withstand about minus 10 °C.

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Quercus acutifolia in Hackfalls Arboretum

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Quercus acutifolia: Brief Summary

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Quercus acutifolia is a Mexican species of oak tree in the family beech family. It is native to central and southern Mexico and northern Central America, from Nayarit south as far as Belize and Guatemala.

Quercus acutifolia is a deciduous tree up to 12 meters tall with a trunk as much as 30 cm in diameter. Leaves are stiff and leathery, rigid, narrowly elliptical, up to 16 cm long, dark green on the top and lighter green underneath, with 8–14 bristly teeth on each side. It retains its leaves until winter and can withstand about minus 10 °C.

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Quercus conspersa

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Quercus conspersa is a Mesoamerican species of oak tree in the beech family. It is widespread across western Mexico and northern Central American from Jalisco to Honduras.[2][3][4]

Quercus conspersa is a tree up to 9 meters tall with a trunk as much as 50 cm in diameter. Leaves are thick and leathery, up to 22 cm long, elliptical with no teeth or lobes but a tapering tip.[2]

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Quercus conspersa: Brief Summary

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Quercus conspersa is a Mesoamerican species of oak tree in the beech family. It is widespread across western Mexico and northern Central American from Jalisco to Honduras.

Quercus conspersa is a tree up to 9 meters tall with a trunk as much as 50 cm in diameter. Leaves are thick and leathery, up to 22 cm long, elliptical with no teeth or lobes but a tapering tip.

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