Quercus radiata Trelease 1921

Twigs stout (6-8 mm.), deeply fluted, densely yellowish-tomentose, somewhat velvety for
several seasons, with
small crowded lenticels. Buds brown, somewhat tomentose, rounded,
2-3 mm. in diameter. Leaves deciduous,
pandurate-orbicular, obtuse or slightly deltoid
pointed, deeply cordate-auriculate, not at all concave between the
radiately aristate vein-tips, large (9-13 cm. wide and long), the dull impressed-reticulate upper face glabrous
except along the veins, the lower face removably rusty-tomentose and somewhat bullate between the veinlets
when denuded; veins about 10 pairs, forked or somewhat pinnately branched, looped near the margin; petiole
yellow-tomentose, 3 x 10-15 mm. Catkins ?. Fruit annual, in somewhat loosely yellow-stellate spikes 60-80 mm.
long, densely fruited from about the middle; cup half-round, very small (7-8 mm. in diameter), with thin appressed
blunt fulvous-tomentose scales; acorn elongated-ovoid, 8 mm. long, canescent, half-included.