|Quercus x senneniana|
|Synonyms||faginea x rotundifolia|
|Growth habit||4 m;|
|Leaves||1.5-4 x 1-2.5 cm, semi-evergreen, very leathery; lanceolate to oblong; crenate-dentate with few, often inconspicuous teeth (variable margins, actually); adaxially stellate pubescent at first, becoming lustrous and hairless execpt along midrib; paler green beneath with thick, short, yellowish grey stellate tomentum; midrib very prominent beneath; 6-9 parallel vein pairs, often inconspicuous because of the tomentum; no sinusal veins; petiole stellate pubescent, 4-10 mm long;|
|Flowers||male catkins 4-7 cm with hairy axis;|
|Fruits||acorn light brown, 1.6-2.8 cm long, 0.9-1.6 cm wide, with stylopodium persistent; peduncle tomentose, to 1.2 cm long; cup 1-1.6 cm in diameter, enclosing more than 1/2 of nut, with appressed, tomentose scales;|
Bark, twigs and
|twig minutely tomentose, soon glabrescent; bud 3-5 mm, subacute, with ciliate, pinkish brown scales;|
|Hardiness zone, habitat|
-- the hybrid between Q. faginea subsp broteroi
and Q. rotundifolia is named : Q.x senneniana nothovar.
tentudaica Vazquez 1996. In 2018, the same Author has placed
Q. broteroi as a synonym of Q.