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  • Author: gmangeret Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-07-25 17:18:25
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°21'52"N - 1°23'57"W
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  • Author: maxence_lagalle Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2012-12-26 14:11:46
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°21'42"N - 1°23'57"W
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Hotel Halsou
  • Author: maxence_lagalle Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2012-12-26 14:10:01
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°21'42"N - 1°23'57"W
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  • Author: maxence_lagalle Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2012-12-26 14:09:32
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°21'42"N - 1°23'57"W
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  • Author: maxence_lagalle Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2012-12-26 14:08:42
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°21'42"N - 1°23'57"W
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Vallée de la Nive
Vallée de la Nive
  • Author: Olivier Simard Photographie Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-30 15:15:20
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°21'47"N - 1°24'9"W
  • Cambo-Les-Bains
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Cambo les Bains
Cambo les Bains
  • Author: Guy_D_2018 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-06-10 15:36:06
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°22'3"N - 1°25'21"W
  • Villa Arnaga, Musée Edmond Rostand
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Castanea ozarkensis Ashe 1923. (FAGACEAE)
Castanea ozarkensis Ashe 1923. (FAGACEAE)
  • Author: helicongus Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-10-08 11:41:07
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°23'18"N - 1°27'27"W
  • Sinónimos: Castanea arkansana Ashe; C. pumila Miller var. ozarkensis (Ashe) G. E. Tucker Árboles, ocasionalmente arbustos, hasta 20 m, ahora raramente más de 10 m, en su mayoría retoñando después del tizón. Corteza pardusca, profunda o moderadamente fisurada. Ramitas glabras cuando jóvenes. Hojas: pecíolo usualmente (8-) 10-15 mm. Limbo de la hoja estrechamente obovado u oblanceolado, (40-) 120-200 (-260) × 30-100 mm, base redondeada a ligeramente cordada o ligeramente cuneada, márgenes fuertemente serrados, cada vena lateral termina en cuneado, diente gradualmente acuminado con toldo generalmente más de 2 mm, ápice agudo o acuminado; superficies abaxialmente densas a escasamente cubiertas con tricomas estrellados, blanquecinos, diminutos, a veces esencialmente glabrados, especialmente en hojas de sombra, venas glabras o con unos pocos tricomas simples. Flor de Pistillate 1 por cupule. Frutos: cúpula de 2 válvulas, que encierra 1 flor / fruto, válvulas que se dehiscen irregularmente a lo largo de 2 suturas, espinas más largas generalmente de más de 10 mm; tuerca 1 por cúpula, ovalada-cónica, 9-19 × 8-14 mm, redonda en sección transversal, no aplanada, pico de menos de 3 mm excluyendo estilos. 150-600 m; Estados Unidos (Alabama, Arkansas, Luisiana, Oklahoma, Texas). Arboreto Chocha, Ustaritz, Francia. Synonyms: Castanea arkansana Ashe; C. pumila Miller var. ozarkensis (Ashe) G. E. Tucker Trees, occasionally shrubs , previously to 20 m, now rarely more than 10 m, mostly resprouting following blight. Bark brownish, deeply or moderately fissured. Twigs glabrous when young. Leaves: petiole usually (8-)10-15 mm. Leaf blade narrowly obovate or oblanceolate, (40-)120-200(-260) × 30-100 mm, base rounded to slightly cordate or slightly cuneate, margins sharply serrate, each lateral vein terminating in cuneate, gradually acuminate tooth with awn usually more than 2 mm, apex acute or acuminate; surfaces abaxially densely to sparsely covered with appressed, whitish, minute, stellate trichomes, sometimes essentially glabrate, especially on shade leaves, veins glabrous or with a few simple trichomes. Pistillate flower 1 per cupule. Fruits: cupule 2-valved, enclosing 1 flower/fruit, valves irregularly dehiscing along 2 sutures, longest spines usually more than 10 mm; nut 1 per cupule, oval-conic, 9-19 × 8-14 mm, round in cross section, not flattened, beak less than 3mm excluding styles. 150-600 m; USA (Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana., Oklahoma,, Texas). Arboretum Chocha, Ustaritz, France.
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Castanea ozarkensis Ashe 1923. (FAGACEAE)
Castanea ozarkensis Ashe 1923. (FAGACEAE)
  • Author: helicongus Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-07-03 11:38:10
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°23'18"N - 1°27'27"W
  • Sinónimos: Castanea arkansana Ashe; C. pumila Miller var. ozarkensis (Ashe) G. E. Tucker Árboles, ocasionalmente arbustos, hasta 20 m, ahora raramente más de 10 m, en su mayoría retoñando después del tizón. Corteza pardusca, profunda o moderadamente fisurada. Ramitas glabras cuando jóvenes. Hojas: pecíolo usualmente (8-) 10-15 mm. Limbo de la hoja estrechamente obovado u oblanceolado, (40-) 120-200 (-260) × 30-100 mm, base redondeada a ligeramente cordada o ligeramente cuneada, márgenes fuertemente serrados, cada vena lateral termina en cuneado, diente gradualmente acuminado con toldo generalmente más de 2 mm, ápice agudo o acuminado; superficies abaxialmente densas a escasamente cubiertas con tricomas estrellados, blanquecinos, diminutos, a veces esencialmente glabrados, especialmente en hojas de sombra, venas glabras o con unos pocos tricomas simples. Flor de Pistillate 1 por cupule. Frutos: cúpula de 2 válvulas, que encierra 1 flor / fruto, válvulas que se dehiscen irregularmente a lo largo de 2 suturas, espinas más largas generalmente de más de 10 mm; tuerca 1 por cúpula, ovalada-cónica, 9-19 × 8-14 mm, redonda en sección transversal, no aplanada, pico de menos de 3 mm excluyendo estilos. 150-600 m; Estados Unidos (Alabama, Arkansas, Luisiana, Oklahoma, Texas). Arboreto Chocha, Ustaritz, Francia. Synonyms: Castanea arkansana Ashe; C. pumila Miller var. ozarkensis (Ashe) G. E. Tucker Trees, occasionally shrubs , previously to 20 m, now rarely more than 10 m, mostly resprouting following blight. Bark brownish, deeply or moderately fissured. Twigs glabrous when young. Leaves: petiole usually (8-)10-15 mm. Leaf blade narrowly obovate or oblanceolate, (40-)120-200(-260) × 30-100 mm, base rounded to slightly cordate or slightly cuneate, margins sharply serrate, each lateral vein terminating in cuneate, gradually acuminate tooth with awn usually more than 2 mm, apex acute or acuminate; surfaces abaxially densely to sparsely covered with appressed, whitish, minute, stellate trichomes, sometimes essentially glabrate, especially on shade leaves, veins glabrous or with a few simple trichomes. Pistillate flower 1 per cupule. Fruits: cupule 2-valved, enclosing 1 flower/fruit, valves irregularly dehiscing along 2 sutures, longest spines usually more than 10 mm; nut 1 per cupule, oval-conic, 9-19 × 8-14 mm, round in cross section, not flattened, beak less than 3mm excluding styles. 150-600 m; USA (Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana., Oklahoma,, Texas). Arboretum Chocha, Ustaritz, France.
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Castanea ozarkensis Ashe 1923. (FAGACEAE)
Castanea ozarkensis Ashe 1923. (FAGACEAE)
  • Author: helicongus Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-10-08 11:41:26
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°23'18"N - 1°27'27"W
  • Sinónimos: Castanea arkansana Ashe; C. pumila Miller var. ozarkensis (Ashe) G. E. Tucker Árboles, ocasionalmente arbustos, hasta 20 m, ahora raramente más de 10 m, en su mayoría retoñando después del tizón. Corteza pardusca, profunda o moderadamente fisurada. Ramitas glabras cuando jóvenes. Hojas: pecíolo usualmente (8-) 10-15 mm. Limbo de la hoja estrechamente obovado u oblanceolado, (40-) 120-200 (-260) × 30-100 mm, base redondeada a ligeramente cordada o ligeramente cuneada, márgenes fuertemente serrados, cada vena lateral termina en cuneado, diente gradualmente acuminado con toldo generalmente más de 2 mm, ápice agudo o acuminado; superficies abaxialmente densas a escasamente cubiertas con tricomas estrellados, blanquecinos, diminutos, a veces esencialmente glabrados, especialmente en hojas de sombra, venas glabras o con unos pocos tricomas simples. Flor de Pistillate 1 por cupule. Frutos: cúpula de 2 válvulas, que encierra 1 flor / fruto, válvulas que se dehiscen irregularmente a lo largo de 2 suturas, espinas más largas generalmente de más de 10 mm; tuerca 1 por cúpula, ovalada-cónica, 9-19 × 8-14 mm, redonda en sección transversal, no aplanada, pico de menos de 3 mm excluyendo estilos. 150-600 m; Estados Unidos (Alabama, Arkansas, Luisiana, Oklahoma, Texas). Arboreto Chocha, Ustaritz, Francia. Synonyms: Castanea arkansana Ashe; C. pumila Miller var. ozarkensis (Ashe) G. E. Tucker Trees, occasionally shrubs , previously to 20 m, now rarely more than 10 m, mostly resprouting following blight. Bark brownish, deeply or moderately fissured. Twigs glabrous when young. Leaves: petiole usually (8-)10-15 mm. Leaf blade narrowly obovate or oblanceolate, (40-)120-200(-260) × 30-100 mm, base rounded to slightly cordate or slightly cuneate, margins sharply serrate, each lateral vein terminating in cuneate, gradually acuminate tooth with awn usually more than 2 mm, apex acute or acuminate; surfaces abaxially densely to sparsely covered with appressed, whitish, minute, stellate trichomes, sometimes essentially glabrate, especially on shade leaves, veins glabrous or with a few simple trichomes. Pistillate flower 1 per cupule. Fruits: cupule 2-valved, enclosing 1 flower/fruit, valves irregularly dehiscing along 2 sutures, longest spines usually more than 10 mm; nut 1 per cupule, oval-conic, 9-19 × 8-14 mm, round in cross section, not flattened, beak less than 3mm excluding styles. 150-600 m; USA (Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana., Oklahoma,, Texas). Arboretum Chocha, Ustaritz, France.
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Castanea ozarkensis Ashe 1923. (FAGACEAE)
Castanea ozarkensis Ashe 1923. (FAGACEAE)
  • Author: helicongus Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-10-08 11:39:26
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°23'18"N - 1°27'27"W
  • Sinónimos: Castanea arkansana Ashe; C. pumila Miller var. ozarkensis (Ashe) G. E. Tucker Árboles, ocasionalmente arbustos, hasta 20 m, ahora raramente más de 10 m, en su mayoría retoñando después del tizón. Corteza pardusca, profunda o moderadamente fisurada. Ramitas glabras cuando jóvenes. Hojas: pecíolo usualmente (8-) 10-15 mm. Limbo de la hoja estrechamente obovado u oblanceolado, (40-) 120-200 (-260) × 30-100 mm, base redondeada a ligeramente cordada o ligeramente cuneada, márgenes fuertemente serrados, cada vena lateral termina en cuneado, diente gradualmente acuminado con toldo generalmente más de 2 mm, ápice agudo o acuminado; superficies abaxialmente densas a escasamente cubiertas con tricomas estrellados, blanquecinos, diminutos, a veces esencialmente glabrados, especialmente en hojas de sombra, venas glabras o con unos pocos tricomas simples. Flor de Pistillate 1 por cupule. Frutos: cúpula de 2 válvulas, que encierra 1 flor / fruto, válvulas que se dehiscen irregularmente a lo largo de 2 suturas, espinas más largas generalmente de más de 10 mm; tuerca 1 por cúpula, ovalada-cónica, 9-19 × 8-14 mm, redonda en sección transversal, no aplanada, pico de menos de 3 mm excluyendo estilos. 150-600 m; Estados Unidos (Alabama, Arkansas, Luisiana, Oklahoma, Texas). Arboreto Chocha, Ustaritz, Francia. Synonyms: Castanea arkansana Ashe; C. pumila Miller var. ozarkensis (Ashe) G. E. Tucker Trees, occasionally shrubs , previously to 20 m, now rarely more than 10 m, mostly resprouting following blight. Bark brownish, deeply or moderately fissured. Twigs glabrous when young. Leaves: petiole usually (8-)10-15 mm. Leaf blade narrowly obovate or oblanceolate, (40-)120-200(-260) × 30-100 mm, base rounded to slightly cordate or slightly cuneate, margins sharply serrate, each lateral vein terminating in cuneate, gradually acuminate tooth with awn usually more than 2 mm, apex acute or acuminate; surfaces abaxially densely to sparsely covered with appressed, whitish, minute, stellate trichomes, sometimes essentially glabrate, especially on shade leaves, veins glabrous or with a few simple trichomes. Pistillate flower 1 per cupule. Fruits: cupule 2-valved, enclosing 1 flower/fruit, valves irregularly dehiscing along 2 sutures, longest spines usually more than 10 mm; nut 1 per cupule, oval-conic, 9-19 × 8-14 mm, round in cross section, not flattened, beak less than 3mm excluding styles. 150-600 m; USA (Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana., Oklahoma,, Texas). Arboretum Chocha, Ustaritz, France.
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Cyrano's Garden
Cyrano's Garden
  • Author: Vaidotas Mikšys Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-10-13 20:46:46
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°21'58"N - 1°25'10"W
  • 2019 07 28 Villa Arnaga, Cambo, FR Arkliukas, pin 0,2 mm, Ilford FP4+, HC-110
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Castanea ozarkensis Ashe 1923. (FAGACEAE)
Castanea ozarkensis Ashe 1923. (FAGACEAE)
  • Author: helicongus Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-07-03 11:38:19
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°23'18"N - 1°27'27"W
  • Sinónimos: Castanea arkansana Ashe; C. pumila Miller var. ozarkensis (Ashe) G. E. Tucker Árboles, ocasionalmente arbustos, hasta 20 m, ahora raramente más de 10 m, en su mayoría retoñando después del tizón. Corteza pardusca, profunda o moderadamente fisurada. Ramitas glabras cuando jóvenes. Hojas: pecíolo usualmente (8-) 10-15 mm. Limbo de la hoja estrechamente obovado u oblanceolado, (40-) 120-200 (-260) × 30-100 mm, base redondeada a ligeramente cordada o ligeramente cuneada, márgenes fuertemente serrados, cada vena lateral termina en cuneado, diente gradualmente acuminado con toldo generalmente más de 2 mm, ápice agudo o acuminado; superficies abaxialmente densas a escasamente cubiertas con tricomas estrellados, blanquecinos, diminutos, a veces esencialmente glabrados, especialmente en hojas de sombra, venas glabras o con unos pocos tricomas simples. Flor de Pistillate 1 por cupule. Frutos: cúpula de 2 válvulas, que encierra 1 flor / fruto, válvulas que se dehiscen irregularmente a lo largo de 2 suturas, espinas más largas generalmente de más de 10 mm; tuerca 1 por cúpula, ovalada-cónica, 9-19 × 8-14 mm, redonda en sección transversal, no aplanada, pico de menos de 3 mm excluyendo estilos. 150-600 m; Estados Unidos (Alabama, Arkansas, Luisiana, Oklahoma, Texas). Arboreto Chocha, Ustaritz, Francia. Synonyms: Castanea arkansana Ashe; C. pumila Miller var. ozarkensis (Ashe) G. E. Tucker Trees, occasionally shrubs , previously to 20 m, now rarely more than 10 m, mostly resprouting following blight. Bark brownish, deeply or moderately fissured. Twigs glabrous when young. Leaves: petiole usually (8-)10-15 mm. Leaf blade narrowly obovate or oblanceolate, (40-)120-200(-260) × 30-100 mm, base rounded to slightly cordate or slightly cuneate, margins sharply serrate, each lateral vein terminating in cuneate, gradually acuminate tooth with awn usually more than 2 mm, apex acute or acuminate; surfaces abaxially densely to sparsely covered with appressed, whitish, minute, stellate trichomes, sometimes essentially glabrate, especially on shade leaves, veins glabrous or with a few simple trichomes. Pistillate flower 1 per cupule. Fruits: cupule 2-valved, enclosing 1 flower/fruit, valves irregularly dehiscing along 2 sutures, longest spines usually more than 10 mm; nut 1 per cupule, oval-conic, 9-19 × 8-14 mm, round in cross section, not flattened, beak less than 3mm excluding styles. 150-600 m; USA (Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana., Oklahoma,, Texas). Arboretum Chocha, Ustaritz, France.
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Castanea ozarkensis Ashe 1923. (FAGACEAE)
Castanea ozarkensis Ashe 1923. (FAGACEAE)
  • Author: helicongus Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-07-03 11:37:54
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°23'18"N - 1°27'27"W
  • Sinónimos: Castanea arkansana Ashe; C. pumila Miller var. ozarkensis (Ashe) G. E. Tucker Árboles, ocasionalmente arbustos, hasta 20 m, ahora raramente más de 10 m, en su mayoría retoñando después del tizón. Corteza pardusca, profunda o moderadamente fisurada. Ramitas glabras cuando jóvenes. Hojas: pecíolo usualmente (8-) 10-15 mm. Limbo de la hoja estrechamente obovado u oblanceolado, (40-) 120-200 (-260) × 30-100 mm, base redondeada a ligeramente cordada o ligeramente cuneada, márgenes fuertemente serrados, cada vena lateral termina en cuneado, diente gradualmente acuminado con toldo generalmente más de 2 mm, ápice agudo o acuminado; superficies abaxialmente densas a escasamente cubiertas con tricomas estrellados, blanquecinos, diminutos, a veces esencialmente glabrados, especialmente en hojas de sombra, venas glabras o con unos pocos tricomas simples. Flor de Pistillate 1 por cupule. Frutos: cúpula de 2 válvulas, que encierra 1 flor / fruto, válvulas que se dehiscen irregularmente a lo largo de 2 suturas, espinas más largas generalmente de más de 10 mm; tuerca 1 por cúpula, ovalada-cónica, 9-19 × 8-14 mm, redonda en sección transversal, no aplanada, pico de menos de 3 mm excluyendo estilos. 150-600 m; Estados Unidos (Alabama, Arkansas, Luisiana, Oklahoma, Texas). Arboreto Chocha, Ustaritz, Francia. Synonyms: Castanea arkansana Ashe; C. pumila Miller var. ozarkensis (Ashe) G. E. Tucker Trees, occasionally shrubs , previously to 20 m, now rarely more than 10 m, mostly resprouting following blight. Bark brownish, deeply or moderately fissured. Twigs glabrous when young. Leaves: petiole usually (8-)10-15 mm. Leaf blade narrowly obovate or oblanceolate, (40-)120-200(-260) × 30-100 mm, base rounded to slightly cordate or slightly cuneate, margins sharply serrate, each lateral vein terminating in cuneate, gradually acuminate tooth with awn usually more than 2 mm, apex acute or acuminate; surfaces abaxially densely to sparsely covered with appressed, whitish, minute, stellate trichomes, sometimes essentially glabrate, especially on shade leaves, veins glabrous or with a few simple trichomes. Pistillate flower 1 per cupule. Fruits: cupule 2-valved, enclosing 1 flower/fruit, valves irregularly dehiscing along 2 sutures, longest spines usually more than 10 mm; nut 1 per cupule, oval-conic, 9-19 × 8-14 mm, round in cross section, not flattened, beak less than 3mm excluding styles. 150-600 m; USA (Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana., Oklahoma,, Texas). Arboretum Chocha, Ustaritz, France.
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Castanea ozarkensis Ashe 1923. (FAGACEAE)
Castanea ozarkensis Ashe 1923. (FAGACEAE)
  • Author: helicongus Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-07-03 11:38:02
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 43°23'18"N - 1°27'27"W
  • Sinónimos: Castanea arkansana Ashe; C. pumila Miller var. ozarkensis (Ashe) G. E. Tucker Árboles, ocasionalmente arbustos, hasta 20 m, ahora raramente más de 10 m, en su mayoría retoñando después del tizón. Corteza pardusca, profunda o moderadamente fisurada. Ramitas glabras cuando jóvenes. Hojas: pecíolo usualmente (8-) 10-15 mm. Limbo de la hoja estrechamente obovado u oblanceolado, (40-) 120-200 (-260) × 30-100 mm, base redondeada a ligeramente cordada o ligeramente cuneada, márgenes fuertemente serrados, cada vena lateral termina en cuneado, diente gradualmente acuminado con toldo generalmente más de 2 mm, ápice agudo o acuminado; superficies abaxialmente densas a escasamente cubiertas con tricomas estrellados, blanquecinos, diminutos, a veces esencialmente glabrados, especialmente en hojas de sombra, venas glabras o con unos pocos tricomas simples. Flor de Pistillate 1 por cupule. Frutos: cúpula de 2 válvulas, que encierra 1 flor / fruto, válvulas que se dehiscen irregularmente a lo largo de 2 suturas, espinas más largas generalmente de más de 10 mm; tuerca 1 por cúpula, ovalada-cónica, 9-19 × 8-14 mm, redonda en sección transversal, no aplanada, pico de menos de 3 mm excluyendo estilos. 150-600 m; Estados Unidos (Alabama, Arkansas, Luisiana, Oklahoma, Texas). Arboreto Chocha, Ustaritz, Francia. Synonyms: Castanea arkansana Ashe; C. pumila Miller var. ozarkensis (Ashe) G. E. Tucker Trees, occasionally shrubs , previously to 20 m, now rarely more than 10 m, mostly resprouting following blight. Bark brownish, deeply or moderately fissured. Twigs glabrous when young. Leaves: petiole usually (8-)10-15 mm. Leaf blade narrowly obovate or oblanceolate, (40-)120-200(-260) × 30-100 mm, base rounded to slightly cordate or slightly cuneate, margins sharply serrate, each lateral vein terminating in cuneate, gradually acuminate tooth with awn usually more than 2 mm, apex acute or acuminate; surfaces abaxially densely to sparsely covered with appressed, whitish, minute, stellate trichomes, sometimes essentially glabrate, especially on shade leaves, veins glabrous or with a few simple trichomes. Pistillate flower 1 per cupule. Fruits: cupule 2-valved, enclosing 1 flower/fruit, valves irregularly dehiscing along 2 sutures, longest spines usually more than 10 mm; nut 1 per cupule, oval-conic, 9-19 × 8-14 mm, round in cross section, not flattened, beak less than 3mm excluding styles. 150-600 m; USA (Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana., Oklahoma,, Texas). Arboretum Chocha, Ustaritz, France.
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