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  Quercus x andrewsii
Synonyms macrocarpa x undulata
Local names
Range Oklahoma ;
Growth habit large shrubs;
Leaves intermediate in size and shape between those of the parent species; abaxially pubescent as in Q. macrocarpa.
Fruits 2.5 cm long including the cup; cup turbinate, covering nearly half of the nut; cup scales with a pale pubescence, thickened and corky toward the base, with the tips on the upper rows prolonged and forming a short, sparse fringe alond the rim.

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Hardiness zone, habitat
Miscellaneous -- Sub Genus Quercus, Section Quercus, Sub section Prinoideae;
-- Discovered in the Western Oklahoma in 1915

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