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N. densiflorus (Hook. & Arn.) Manos et al.
NATIVE
Shrub, tree < 30(45) m, evergreen; trunk bark gray-brown. Leaf: petioles 10–25 mm; blade 3–14 cm, oblong to ± ovate, adaxially sparsely stellate-hairy, ± glabrous in age, abaxially fine-woolly, in age ± glabrous, base ± rounded, tip obtuse, margin entire to serrate; stipules early-deciduous. Staminate inflorescence: spike, stiff, spreading to erect, many-flowered, dense. Pistillate inflorescence: below staminate inflorescence on same or separate stalk, 1-flowered. Staminate flower: sepals 5–6, minute; stamens 10–12. Fruit: mature year 2; nut 1, 20–35 mm, ovoid to ± spheric, partly enclosed by cup-like involucre (cup); cup (1.5)2–3 cm diam, saucer-shaped, scales slender, ± tapered, reflexed to spreading. [Lithocarpus densiflorus (Hook. & Arn.) Rehder] [Online Interchange]
Unabridged note: Expanded author citation: Notholithocarpus densiflorus (Hook. & Arn.) Manos, C.H. Cannon & S. Oh

Key to Notholithocarpus densiflorus

1. Tree < 30(45) m; leaf generally serrate, prominently veined abaxially ..... var. densiflorus

1' Shrub < 3 m; leaf entire to few-toothed, obscurely veined abaxially ..... var. echinoides

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