Quercus frutex Trel. 1924

Twigs slender (1-2 mm.), scarcely fluted, tomentose. Buds brown, glabrescent, ovoid, 2 x 4 mm. Leaves deciduous,
elliptical-ovate or oblong, rather obtuse, round-based, entire, slightly crisped and revolute, thin, small (1-1.5 x 3-4 cm.),
puberulent above, scurfy beneath; veins about 8 pairs, impressed above, looped; petiole hairy, scarcely 2 mm. long.
Catkins?. Fruit annual, subsessile, resembling that of
Q. microphylla, from which the species is barely distinguishable.