Quercus aculcingensis Trel. 1924

Twigs moderately stout (3 mm.), scarcely fluted, dingy-fleecy, in the second season with

prominent lenticels. Buds glossy brown, glabrate, round-ovoid, 2-3 mm. in diameter. Leaves

deciduous, elliptical, obtuse or subacute, rounded at base, entire, undulately very revolute,

small (2-2.5 x 4 cm.), somewhat glossy and glabrous above except for the granular midrib,

densely dingily long-tomentose beneath; veins about 8-10 pairs, looped, like their branches

deeply impressed above; petiole woolly, 2 x 5 mm. Flowers and fruit?.