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 Quercus iltisii
AuthorL.M.Gonzalez 2003
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RangeMexico (Jalisco, volcano Colima); 330-1550 m;
Growth habit10-20 m tall and more;
Leaves 5-15 cm long, 1-4 wide; evergreen; lanceolate or narrowly oblong; apex acute, base rounded; margin entire, slightly wavy (only very yound leaves with some teeth); light green, hairless above; paler beneath with entangled trichomes and glandular hairs densely along veins; 15-30 vein pairs; petiole 0.5 cm long;
Flowers 
Fruitsacorn 1.2-2 cm long, ovoid, with rounded base; plate-shaped cup, not rolled at rim, enclosing 1/4 to 1/3 of the nut, with appressed, slightly tuberculate scales; maturing in 1 year;

Bark, twigs and
buds

mature bark blackish, fissured; twig glabrescent with some inconspicuous lenticels; brown, ovoid bud with ciliate scales;
Hardiness zone, habitatnot hardy;
Miscellaneous-- Section Lobatae;
-- Before 2003 this taxon was considered, with Q. nixoniana, as synonym of Q.salicifolia;
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