|Author||Mart. & Gal. 1843|
|Local names||manzanillo ;|
|Range||Mexico (Veracruz) ;|
|Growth habit||10-20 m ;|
|Leaves||lanceolate, apex and base acute ;|
|Fruits||acorn 1.2 cm long, ovoid; cup turbinate 1.2 cm in diameter, enclosing less than half of acorn ;|
Bark, twigs and
|twig slightly sulcate, densely tomentose; bud smooth, ovoid, 4 mm long;|
|Hardiness zone, habitat|
A. Camus : n° 351;
-- Section Lobatae;
-- For today's Mexican Authors (Susana Valencia-A., 2004), this species described by Martens & Galeotti is not currently valid ; it may be a hybrid, or a morpholigical variety...For Zavala-Chavez, 2003, it is a variety of Q.laurina.
However, in 2012, Susana Valencia-A. has categorically identified this taxon, after having studied a specimen collected by Francisco Garin (managing director at the Botanical Garden of Iturraran, Spain).