Quercus gemmata Trel. 1924

Twigs rather slender (1-3 mm.), fluted, soon glabrous, glossy red-brown with
very numerous conspicuous small white lenticels. Buds rather dull light brown,
glabrate, fusiform-ovoid, 3-4 x 7-10 mm. Leaves elliptical, very obtuse, acute at
base, entire, somewhat crisped and revolute, moderate (2.5-3.5 x 8-10 cm.),
glossy and glabrous on both faces; veins about 12 pairs, forking but scarcely
looped, with very indistinct venulation; petiole glabrescent, 1.5 X 10-15 mm.
Flowers and fruit ?.
Central American region.