Quercus grandifolia D.Don

Photo credit: Original from Descr. Pinus courtesy of Biodiversity Heritage Library - (provided by Missouri Botanical Garden) modified to provide labels.

Family: Fagaceae

Genus: Quercus


The Quercus grandifolia is a native of the woods of Nepal, where it has been discovered by the collectors sent out by Dr. Wallich, to whom I am indebted for the fine branch represented in the plate. Dr. Hamilton does not appear to have met with it. We are already acquainted with ten species of Nepalese Oaks, besides the one here figured. Several of these, in point of beauty, far surpass those either of Europe or America. (Desc. Pinus)


Published in Descr. Pinus v.2 t.8 p.27 in 1824.

Synonym of Lithocarpus elegans (Blume) Hatus. ex Soepadmo.

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