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Hungarian Oak

Hungarian Oak
 
Quercus frainetto (Hungarian oak): yılış North Western Turkey in Turkey; Edirne: Kesan, Kirklareli: Demirkoy, Tekirdag: Ganos Mountain, Canakkale: Biga, Balikesir: Erdek, Istanbul: Belgrad Forest, Istanbul: Beykoz, Kocaeli, Bursa: Orhangazi - Iznik, Sakarya: Sapanca, Bolu: Duzce - Hendek, Zonguldak: Eregli, Canakkale: Bayramic, Balikesir: Kaz Mountains, Kutahya: Simav to Demirci, Balikesir: Dursunbey, Bursa: Mustafakemalpasa, Izmir: Mount Samsun.


Appearance: It is a tree with a thick branch and a large crest. In aged bodies the shell is cracked in narrow strips.
Shoots and Buds: The ends of the shoot are terminally buds. The side buds are wrapped in a spiral.
Leaves: In the form of inverted eggs with general lines, the maximum size of 20x13 is large.
Fruit: There are small goblets with a diameter of 15 mm. Bonito is more than 25mm tall and sweet.