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  Quercus kingiana
Author Craib 1911 Bull. Misc. Inform. Kew 1911: 472
Local names lan cang li ;
Range Yunnan; North Thailand; Myanmar; 750-1600 m;
Growth habit 9-12 m tall;
Leaves 6-17 x 3-7 cm; evergreen; leathery; oblong or oboval-oblong, or subelliptic or oval; asymmetrical; apex pointed attenuate; base rounded asymmetric; margin entire near base, coarsely dentate from middle to apex; almost concolor; glabrous above, slightly tomentose with stellate hairs beneath; 10-11 vein pairs slightly raised beneath, at an angle of 50-52° with midrib; tertiary veins evident underneath; petiole 1.5-2 cm, densely yellowish brown tomentose;
Flowers male and pistillate inflorescences hairy; 4 stigmas, thick and sessile;
Fruits acorn subglobose, mucronate, silky at apex, 1.8-2 cm long, 1.5-2 cm in diameter; cup subsessile, enclosing almost all of nut, campanulate, thick, scaly, 1.7-2 cm in diameter; ripe in 1 years;

Bark, twigs and

twig densely hairy at first, becoming glabrous, lenticellate; stipules linear or oblanceolate, silky, 1 cm long;
Hardiness zone, habitat not hardy; mixed forests;
Miscellaneous -- A. Camus : tome 2, p. 32, n° 138;
-- Sub-genus Cerris, Section Ilex;
-- Threatened (IUCN Red List Category : EN).
-- Related to

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