Holm Oak

Scientific name : Quercus ilex
Other names: Català: Alzina , Česky: Dub cesmínovitý , Dansk: Sten-Eg , Deutsch: Stein-Eiche , Esperanto: Anzino , Español: Encina , Eesti: Iilekstamm , Basque: Arte , Suomi: Rautatammi , Français: Chêne vert , Hrvatski: česmina , Magyar: Magyaltölgy , Italiano: Leccio , Latviešu: Akmens ozols , Nederlands: Steeneik , Polski: dąb ostrolistny , Português: Azinheira , Русский: Дуб каменный , Slovenský: Dub cezmínovitý , Slovenščina: Črničevje , Svenska: Stenek , Türkçe: Pırnal meşe

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Short Description

Wintergreen, up to 25 m high tree with dense, wide crown of thick main branches on a usually short stem; Bark blackish, angularly fielded; Alternate leaves, stalked, 4-10 cm long and up to 5 cm wide, longish-oval in contour, rounded ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


Holm Oak
Holm Oak


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