Quercus incrassata Trel. 1924

Twigs and buds?. Leaves evergreen?, oblanceolate, aristately acute, rounded at base
or shallowly cordate, entire with callous thickening of the margin, large (5-7 x 15-23 cm.),
rather glossy, glabrous; veins about 25-30 pairs, forking and looped, the principal veins
impressed above and very prominent beneath; petiole somewhat hairy, 2 x 5-10 mm.
Catkins ?. Fruit annual ?, rather large; cup ?; acorn ovoid, 26 x 30 mm., covered only
near the base.

Central American region.