Quercus borucasana Trel. 1924

Twigs moderate (3 mm.), somewhat fluted, quickly glabrate and reddish with small pale
lenticels, turning dark gray the second year. Buds brown, glabrous, ovoid, 2 x 3 mm.
Leaves deciduous, short-lanceolate, acute, rounded or mostly very acute at base, entire,
revolute, small (1.5-2.5 x 5-6 or 8 cm.), glabrous, nearly dull, typically granular-bullate
above but smooth beneath; veins about 10 pairs, looped, the venulation little raised on
either face; petiole glabrous, 1 x 2 mm. Catkins: male 30 mm. long, somewhat villous,
rather loosely flowered, the glabrous oblong anthers scarcely exserted. Fruit?.
Central American region.