Quercus correptaTrel. 1924
Twigs slender (about 2 mm.), little fluted, glabrate. Buds acutely
ovoid, glabrous, 2 x 3 mm.
Leaves deciduous, ovate-lanceolate, long-acute, typically cordate, entire, minutely revolute,
very low-reticulate, moderate (2.5-3 x 8-9 cm.), slightly glossy, glabrate, or minutely scurfy
or a little floccose beneath; veins about 10 pairs, obscurely forked and looped; petiole
glabrous, about 2 x 8 mm. Catkins?. Fruit annual?, solitary and nearly sessile; cup shallowly
turbinate, very small (scarcely 8 mm. in diameter), with thin appressed blunt nearly glabrous
scales; acorn oblong, 12 mm. long, scarcely one-third included.
Central American region.