Quercus Pilarius Trel. n. sp.
Twigs and buds?. Leaves deciduous, oblanceolate-oblong, pointed,
the long-attenuate base rather rounded, coarsely
serrate above with mucronate teeth, scarcely revolute, large (2-6 x13-20 cm.), rather glossy, little paler beneath, glabrescent;
veins about 15 pairs, running into the teeth, not looped, the larger impressed; petiole villous, 2x4 mm. Catkins? Fruit annual?;
cup?; acorn subglobose, very large (40 mm. long and 50 mm. in diameter), about one-third included.
Central American region.