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Quercus lancifolia

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Wikipedia Abstract

Quercus excelsa is a Mexican species of tree in the beech family. It has a disjunct (discontinuous) distribution, having been found only in two states, Veracruz in eastern Mexico and Jalisco in western Mexico. Quercus excelsa is a large forest tree up to 30 meters tall with a trunk 100 cm or more in diameter. Leaves are up to 22 cm long, sometimes with no lobes or teeth but sometimes with undulations or sharp teeth, green on the top, whitish and waxy on the underside.
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Protected Areas

Name IUCN Category Area acres Location Species Website Climate Land Use
Arenal National Park II 30025 Costa Rica  
Reserva de la Biosfera de la Amistad Biosphere Reserve II 493313 Costa Rica  
Rinc√≥n de la Vieja National Park II 35068 Costa Rica  

Distribution

C. Mexico to C. America;

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