Quercus coccolobaefolia Trel. 1924

Twigs rather stout (4 mm.), strongly fluted, glabrous, red or brown with small lenticels.
Buds light brown, rather persistently soft-hairy, ovoid, 2.5 x 4 mm. Leaves deciduous,
roundovate, obtuse, setose-mucronate, cordate often with closed sinus, entire, crisped,
minutely cartilaginous-revolute, large (7-9 x 9-12 cm.), hard, sparsely and minutely stellate
above, the slightly paler lower surface glabrous except for some axillary tufts; veins about
8 pairs, repeatedly branched and somewhat looped; petiole glabrous, scarcely 2 x 5 mm.
Flowers and fruit ?.
Mexican table-land.