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  Quercus x saulii
Author C.K.Schneid. 1904 Ill. Handb. Laubholzk. 1: 203

alba x montana (prinus)
x beadlei Trel. 1917

Local names
Range Central and N.E. USA
Growth habit reaches 18m;
Leaves 20-24 x 10 cm; oboval or oblong-oboval; intermediate in shape between those of the parents; 6-12 pairs of lobes less regular and deeper than those of Q. montana ; similar to those of Q. montana but with narrower apex; glabrous adaxially ; sometimes pubescent beneath (most of them have only tufts of tomentum in the axils and along the principal veins);
Fruits acorn resembling those of Q. alba ; deep cup;

Bark, twigs and

Hardiness zone, habitat wide soil tolerance; hardy;
Miscellaneous -- Section Quercus;
-- Cultivated since 1883;
-- For some Authors, Q. x beadlei is the hybrid between Q. alba and Q. michauxii;

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