Quercus bolanyosensis Trel. 1924

Twigs slender (2 mm.), somewhat fluted, minutely dingy-scurfy or glabrescent, from red
turning gray with numerous small prominent lenticels. Buds rather glossy light brown, nearly
glabrate, ovoid, scarcely 2 x 3 mm. Leaves deciduous, linear-lanceolate or almost narrowly
triangular, aristately very acute, oblique, from acute to mostly abruptly rounded at base, entire
or very unequally but deeply aristately few-toothed, small (1-1.5 x 7-11 cm.), glossy above,
thinly and finely rusty-velvety on both faces, the browning lower surface scaroely venulose;
veins about 6-8 pairs, scarcely looped; petiole slender, puberulent, 10-15 mm. long. Catkins?.
Fruit biennial, solitary or paired on rather slender stalks about 5 mm. long; cup deep-saucer-shaped,
small (10 mm. in diameter), with thin appressed blunt scales from graypuberulent becoming brown;
acorn elongated-ovoid, about half-included, silky-scurfv.