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 Quercus x brittonii
AuthorW.T.Davis 1892
Synonymsilicifolia x marilandica
= ferruginea hybrida Dippel
Local names 
RangePennsylvania, New York, New Jersey ;
Growth habitshrub or small tree;
Leaves 9-10 cm, oboval to broadly oboval; leathery; base cuneate; 1-3 lobes each side; dark green above with hairs on veins; beneath grey-green, with yellowish tomentum denser on veins and at axils; splendid at fall; leaves lately deciduous;
Flowers 
Fruits 

Bark, twigs and
buds

 
Hardiness zone, habitathardy;
Miscellaneous -- discovered in 1888;
Subspecies and
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