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 Quercus monterreyensis
AuthorTrel. & C.H.Muller 1936
Local names 
RangeMexico (Nuevo Leon); to 1300 m;
Growth habitsmall shrub;
Leaves 8-9 x 4 cm; deciduous; oval elliptic; apex pointed, base subcordate; olive green above; olive greenish, hairy beneath; margin entire, or remotely crenate near apex;
Fruitsacorn ovoid, enclosed 1/2 by cup; cup scaly, 1.5 cm in diameter;

Bark, twigs and

bark grey, deeply sulcate;
Hardiness zone, habitatnot hardy;
Miscellaneous-- A. Camus : n° 209;
-- Section Quercus; sub-section Aurantiacae;
-- Not well known; the name comes from Monterrey, city of Mexico (not from Monterey in California);
-- For Govaerts, 2007, it is a synonym of Q. tuberculata
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