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  Quercus lungmaiensis
Author (Hu)C.C.Huang & Y.T.Chang 1992
Synonyms Quercus austroglauca (Y.T.Chang) Chang 1992
Cyclobalanopsis lungmaiensis
Hu 1951
Cyclobalanopsis fulviceriacus Y.C.Hsu & D.M.Wang 1983
Cyclobalanopsis longifolia Hsu & Dong 1983
fulviseriacus (Hsu & Wang) Govaerts 1998
yongchunana Z.K Zhou 1998
Local names long mai qing gang ;
Range China (SE Yunnan); 1100-1300 m;
Growth habit reaches 30 m tall;
Leaves 9-11 x 3-4 cm; oblong; subleathery; apex acuminate; base cuneate or slightly rounded; green, hairless above; greyish green, remotely hairy beneath; margin entire near base, sharply toothed near apex; midrib impressed above, prominent beneath; 13-17 vein pairs; tertiary veins evident beneath; petiole 2-3 cm, sulcate above, hairless;
Flowers March-April; pistillate inflorescences 2.5 cm long;
Fruits acorn 1.2-2 cm long; paired or to 3, on a 2-3 cm long pedoncule; ovoid, flattened to depressed at apex; hairy near apex; enclosed 1/3 to 1/2 by cup; cup tomentose, with denticulate scales in 7-9 concentric rings; maturing in 1 year;

Bark, twigs and
buds

twigs sulcate, hairless;
Hardiness zone, habitat rocky mountains;
Miscellaneous

-- Sub-genus Cyclobalanopsis;
-- In Flora of China 2001, "fulviseriacus" is spelled "fulviseriaca"...
-- For today's Authors (Thierry Lamant), it is a synonym of Q. austroglauca, and ought to replace it, for the first use of the name lungmaiensis is 1951 (= Cyclobalanops lungmaiensis Hu 1951)
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