Quercus ellipsoidalis E.J.Hill
Determiner: Hipp, Andrew L. (09Apr2007)
Nee, M. 18123
Verbatim Date: 1979-10-10
United States, Wisconsin, Richland, Richland Center. 3mi SE of Richland Center.
43.31000338 -90.32830965 +-285m.
T10N R01E sec25 SW4SW4;
Latitude/Longitude was derived from the Township, Range, Section location. This causes an imprecision.
Abandoned strip of field on W-facing slope, growing up to young trees of Acer rubrum, Populus grandidentata, P. tremuloides, Prunus serotina etc. of adjacent woods. Tree 12 m. tall with three trunks from base, the largest 40 cm. diam., with many persisting dead branches. [Acorn caps range from moderately to densely pubescent within, with hairs of the kinky (Q. ellipsoidalis) type predominant, but matted (Q. velutina type) also present. Acorn cap scales larger and looser than in typical Q. ellipsoidalis - all suggesting introgression from Q. velutina - A.L. Hipp, 2007]
Record Id: 703ee04f-f214-4ab4-9081-5d6eda070b4e
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