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Plant Identification: Help in ID of this Quercus sp. from Sunnyvale

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November 29, 2012
10:46 AM

Post #9345458

This medium sized tree with almost 3-5 cm long leaves, greyish-tomentose beneath and with 2.5-3 cm long fruit, only 1/4 acorn visible. Pl. help in ID, photographed in Sunnyvale.

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Beautiful, BC
(Zone 9b)

November 29, 2012
10:51 AM

Post #9345461

I wonder if it might be Quercus douglasii?
San Francisco, CA

November 29, 2012
11:01 AM

Post #9345468

December 15, 2012
11:11 AM

Post #9359054

I have checked this tree fr a long time. This seems to be evergreen, whereas Q. douglasii is deciduous tree. Also occasional marginal spines on leaves are unusual for above species. I am adding one more photographs.

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Seattle, WA

December 15, 2012
11:17 AM

Post #9359058

Looks like Quercus x alvodiana. It is evergreen and from California.

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