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encino blanco

About

scientific name: Quercus candicans

common name: encino blanco

Plaque description

Rove beetles inhabit this oak and are predators of other smaller insects. Burros are commonly used as work animals in the Mexican countryside where this oak grows.

Plaque artist

Sarah Castillo

Tree height

unknown

Native range

central and southern Mexico (from Durango to Veracruz and Chiapas) and Guatemala

Year received

1990

Acorn source

Jalisco, Mexico. Collected on a steep slope 19 km SE of Mex Hwy 110 S of Tecalitlan along road to Jilotlan de los Dolores. 2130 m. Collected by D. E. Breedlove. Plants donated by Strybing Arboretum, San Francisco, California.

Plaque Location

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B8 map