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Discussion in 'Plants: Identification' started by Joseph Lin, Oct 21, 2016.
I found these special Oak trees with special leaves in George Wainborn Park, Vancouver
Quercus frainetto, Hungarian Oak.
I'm basing that on what I learned in this thread (in which I guessed the name incorrectly for the thread title).
Are these Quercus cerris? Long narrow leaves with many deep thin rounded lobes
If these are different from the ones in that thread, I would want help distinguishing them.
Yep, Hungarian Oak Quercus frainetto.
I'm not familiar with Q. frainetto, but there is a resemblance to Q. dentata 'Pinnatifida'.
That one looks different to me - deeper sinuses and pointier tips on the lobes. Also whiter veins.