Turkey Oak

Scientific name : Quercus cerris
Other names: Български: Цер , Bosanski: Hrast cer , Česky: Dub cer , Dansk: Frynse-Eg , Deutsch: Zerr-Eiche , Español: Roble cabelludo , Français: Chêne chevelu , Hrvatski: Hrast cer , Magyar: Csertölgy , Italiano: Cerro , Latviešu: Austrijas ozols , Nederlands: Moseik , Polski: Dąb burgundzki , Português: Couro cabeludo Oak , Slovensky: Dub cerový (Cer) , Slovenščina: Cer , Svenska: Turkisk ek , Türkçe: Saçlı meşe

Featured in

Short Description

Deciduous, up to 35 m high tree with initially wide pyramidal, later arched and somewhat irregular crown on a long-shafted stem, bark is furrowed already on the young trees, later increasingly riven in tiles; Alternate leaves, stalked, lamina 8-12 cm ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


Turkey Oak
Turkey Oak


The mission of NATURE MOBILE is to present exciting topics from nature and other areas to a wide audience of interested people, enthusiasts and experts in a clear and attractive way.

Social Links


Subsrcibe to our newsletter to receive information about new releases, app updates, exclusive offers and more.

We use cookies to improve your experience on our site. More Info
OK, I Accept